by Yu-Hsuan Wu
It discovers the secret
is not being deeply besieged, but
opening up a whole world
without anything treasurable inside
Yu-Hsuan Wu is a Taiwanese poet, dancer, and poetic filmmaker who uses public spaces for interactive art installations. She uses interdisciplinary art, integrating different aesthetic experiences, to express herself. She has published seven books: Exchanging Lovers’ Ribs, Decaying Anywhere: 99 Love Letters from a Movie Fan, The World Without Names, Living in Nowhere, Escaping life, The Forgetting of Form: Sketches from my residency at Santa Fe, Death Is Dying.