TASA – Taiwan Art Space Alliance | Taiwan

Launched in 2015 with the theme of “Art Village as an Approach” the Annual Conference for the Artist Village Alliance of Taiwan gathers several art villages and spaces across Taiwan to discuss the position and role of artists in residence (AiR) in contemporary art through an annual series of meetings and lectures. Through the annual conference, Taiwan Art Space Alliance , (hereinafter “TASA”) entitled TASA aims to facilitate, promote, and advocate artist-in-residence programs, talent cultivation, international arts affairs, and policies for art space. We are a group of experienced artist-in-residence organizers and art space curators, with the goal of creating a platform for better utilizing Taiwan’s art spaces and their resources. By connecting different organizations during the planning phases of events, TASA hopes to better Taiwan’s overall art and culture environment and visibility. In our strive to connect Taiwan to the world’s art community. Projects include: Taiwan Art Space Alliance (TASA) Annual Meeting (2015-present), Arts Residency Network Taiwan (2017-2019), Portfolio Review (2019-present), Diverse Inclusion and Artistic Practice (2020-present), “La Nuit des Idées”; (2019- 2021, 2022) co-hosted with the Ministry of Culture and Bureau français de Taipei, Taiwan Art Space Alliance Art and Culture Management Case Center (2020-present), Taiwan-Korea Curators’ Exchange Program (2017-2018), Art of Administration: A Program for the Visual Art Group to Strengthen Operations (2016, 2021), Artist in Residence Workshop and x Members Meeting of TASA (2016).



Eliza Soroga
(Athens, Greece)
Winner at 18th edition


Eliza Soroga’s work is impressive for its high level of interactivity, showcasing the extension of the human body and its tangible relationship with space. Additionally, her work embodies the characteristics of “relational aesthetics,” closely connecting with society.


  • from two to three months in 2024 taking place in different locations in Taiwan and in collaboration with members of Taiwan Art Space Alliance (TASA)

  • The Prize offers to the winning artist an opportunity to promote artistic creation through a constructive debate about East Asia and Europe.
  • The residency includes:
  • - Orientations
  • - Accommodation
  • - Meals during the program period
  • - Participation in the final exhibition

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