Born in Malacca and grew up in Muar, Malaysia. Tan Jui-Wen came to Taiwan at age 18 for studying. Majoring in Asian Gouache painting, he received M.F.A degree from Tunghai University with his thesis ‘ Mirage’, and won first place in the 1st Deutsche Bank young artist scholarship program with it. He was invited to exhibitions in Da xiang art space, Show Gallery, AHM Gallery, Richart Gallery and Tsukuba Museum of Art in Japan. In 2020, his work and art project won Huilan Award, and was collected by Museum of Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau.Tan Jui-Wen's works are mainly landscape paintings, which are composed using fragments from everyday life. While spending nearly a decade in Taiwan, he gazes at this earth of strange familiarity, picking up fragments and put them together into a complete world. On the basis of those fragments of reality, he dyes his papers with powdery pigments, over and over just like the dust that falls over time, forming unreal blurry sceneries on the paper.1989年生於馬來西亞馬六甲。2008年來台就讀，2015年以膠彩畫為主修，完成東海大學美術系創作組碩士學位（M.F.A），同時以畢業論文主題「蜃景」 為創作計畫，獲得德意志銀行青年創作者獎助計畫首獎。曾在台北亞億藝術中心、台中大象藝廊 、大雋藝廊、高雄小畫廊等藝廊及日本茨城縣築波美術館展出。2020年，創作計畫暨作品〈出海口〉獲得洄瀾獎首獎，並獲花蓮縣文化局美術館收藏。 陳睿淵的創作上以風景畫形式為主軸。在台幾近十年的歲月，凝望這片熟悉與陌生消長的大地，撿拾碎片，逐一拼湊成一個世界。擷取生活中反覆經歷的現實片段，讓輕盈的粉質顏料如籠罩日常生活的塵埃般緩慢地降落在紙上，構築成不真切的風景，期許著它們在扁平而蒼白的生活縫隙中安靜地歇息。Kaoshiung is one of the six major cities in Taiwan, which was known for sea salt industry during its early stage, and developed into a port city later. Through out Kaoshiung history, we can see that, ocean has brought everything that defines this city, from raw materials of sea salt industry to different colonial cultures and modern technologies. For a long time, this city has been energetic while playing an important role of logistic and heavy industries in Asia. However, industrial transformation and rise of China ports has slowly weaken its vitality. Now, the pandemic hits, everything is not moving freely like they used to and slowly settling down. While Kaoshiung is seeking its way out of these situations, as a foreigner, I am planning to look into its past, collect those images from ruins and spots which define this city from different eras, combining them with fundamental materials like sea water and sea sand from Kaoshiung port, to create a series of works that represent its memories, which also manifest its oceanic bloodline.