Headshot of Chang Yuchen

Chang Yuchen teaches Graduate Seminar in the School of Dance. To her, a class is a sculpture built in time, the shape of which is determined by the reciprocal interplay of all parties. Hence, pedagogy is an art of hospitality, of making space and of relational aesthetics.


Chang Yuchen is an artist based in New York. She works in an interdisciplinary manner—writing as weaving, drawing as translation, teaching as hospitality and commerce as experiment (see Use Value). By constantly entering and exiting each medium, she strolls against the category of things, the labor division among people.


  • Yuchen was a recipient of the Poetry Project Curatorial Fellowship, the Huayu Youth Award and the Lumiarts Fellowship. 

  • She has shown/performed her work at UCCA Center for Contemporary Art, Beidaihe, China; Para Site, Taikwun Contemporary, both in Hong Kong; Abrons Art Center, Artists Space, Assembly Room, all of which are in New York City; and other spaces. 

  • Yuchen was an artist in residence at NARS x Governors Island Satellite Residency, New York; MASS MoCA, Noth Adams, Massachusetts; Museum of Arts and Design and Textile Arts Center, both in New York City. 

  • Yuchen has written for publications including Heichi Magazine, Press and Fold, and Art in Print. In addition to UArts, she teaches for various nonprofit organizations, including Center for Book Arts, Printed Matter and others.

Visit Chang Yuchen’s website. 

A light netting with small abstract objects attached to it that is hung on a structure overlooking the water