Yu-Chieh Li is Judith Neilson Postdoctoral Fellow in Contemporary Art at UNSW Art & Design. She completed her Ph.D. on Post-socialism, collective practice, and audience participation in Post-Mao Chinese art at Heidelberg University, Germany. Before relocating to Sydney, she worked as an Andrew W. Mellon C-MAP Fellow at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, during the time she contributed to internal and public workshops on contemporary and modern art from East- and South- Asia, and publications on the museum’s global art platform. Li was an adjunct researcher at Tate Research Centre: Asia, where she developed a project on performativity, artistic networks, and diaspora of Sinosphere from the 1970s to the 1980s. Her postdoctoral research at the UNSW investigates post-1980s Sinophone performance art, particularly localism, liveness, and dialogic works. At UNSW, she works with the Judith Neilson Chair in Contemporary Art, Professor Paul Gladston, to develop a public seminar series on Postmodernism in Asia, as well as undergraduate courses on East Asian Contemporary Art. Li is working on a book manuscript on art in Post-socialist China, and co-editing two anthologies, one on Xu Bing and contemporary Chinese art (co-edited with Prof. Sarah Fraser, Springer, forthcoming), and the other on art and the Cold War in Asia (co-edited with Dr. Midori Yamamura, Routledge, forthcoming).