Lee Cheah Ni is an arts practitioner, independent curator and cultural researcher based in Penang. She graduated from the National Taiwan University of Arts, Department of Fine Arts. Since returning to Penang, Lee has sought to incorporate the practice of art in daily life and explores possibilities of generating dialogue through art. In 2014 , she was selected to participate in The Japan Foundation’s “Run & Learn: New Curatorial Constellations” cultural exchange program and curated the “Re:engage: The People’s Court”, a community-based art residency project in George Town, Penang. In 2015 she invited a Taiwan contemporary artist Wang Te-yu to have her first solo exhibition in Penang. In 2017, She conducted a study and coordinating an online archive and documentary film projects, “Purge: Documenting The Labours of Penang‟s Night Soil Workers‟. She believes a transdisciplinary practice can invite more discussion amongst people and channel different forms of social energy to make a change in the community and society.