臺灣臺中市出生，現居新北市。國立臺灣大學外國語文學系與中國語文學系雙主修畢業。二零一九年畢業於紐約普瑞特藝術學院，主修表演及表演研究。研究興趣涉足性別、身體、性與種族，舞蹈語彙徘迴於街舞與當代之間。創作媒介橫跨舞蹈、劇場、行為、攝影、影像、聲音、文字、模特（時裝、人體、水下）及學術研究。教育部公費留學舞蹈學門，及文化部文學青年創作與扶植青年藝術發展計畫受獎人。作品曾於臺灣、美國、德國、愛爾蘭、保加利亞、新加坡與匈牙利等地展演。無性別者，致力於打破人類的常理，創作核心理念為「老少不宜」與「闔家不樂」。其於二零一八年至二零一九年，擔任紐約現代藝術博物館 MoMA Bruce Nauman 回顧展《Disappearing Acts》作品〈Wall-Floor Positions〉之表演者。二零一九年九月，其新作《臺彎Bent-Tai(www)》獲得臺北藝穗節第三獎「藝穗原創精神獎」。
江峰 Jiang Feng is a non-gendered and multi-disciplinary artist working across-genres in movement/dance, theatre, performance art, voice, text, modeling, film, photography and theory. He attained her B.A. in English and Chinese literature from National Taiwan University in 2016. In 2019, they graduated with an M.F.A. degree in Performance and Performance Studies from Pratt Institute. They are the receiver of the R.O.C. Government Fellowship to study and research dance abroad and “Grants for 20-40-Year-Old Writers” from Ministry of Culture in Taiwan. In September 2019, her new work "臺彎 Bent-Tai(www)" won the "Genuinely Fringe" award, the third prize, in Taipei Fringe Festival.
His performance works have been presented at various venues, including Itinerant Performance Art Festival, Movement Research at the Judson Church, "Thinking Its Presence" conference hosted by the University of Arizona, Exponential Festival, Dance Research Forum Ireland, HOT! Festival at Dixon Place, New Work Series at Tada! Theater, Gibney Dance, La MaMa Galleria, Waxworks at Triskelion Arts, BAAD!, Hudson Guild Theater, and Odyssey Dance Theater in Singapore. Furthermore, their works have been shown in Germany, Bulgaria, and Hungary in various artistic scenarios. In Taiwan, she has worked with emerging choreographers Shiou Fen Li and KoYang Chang, and has performed at the National Theater and Concert Hall, NTU Center for the Arts, Nadou Theatre, Treasure Hill, Venue, amongst other venues.
In 2018, they were selected to be the performer of the work “Wall-Floor Positions” in the MoMA retrospective "Bruce Nauman: Disappearing Acts."
The fundamental inspiration for my work is love, its beauty and complexity, while thematically, my work revolves around questions of gender, sexuality, sex, and race. Further, as an interdisciplinary artist, I turn to the tools offered by multiple media to enrich and deepen my works. I create artwork as a process for healing and questioning. Setting out to disrupt, I always want to create something different from what people have seen before by challenging social norms and our perceptions of them. I am trying to gather energy to create a healing space for people who endure discrimination.
My process as an artist and creator is that I always wait to be inspired in/by life. I am always looking for new and innovative elements. Moreover, I draw on theory from academic and non-academic works and think hard because I expect myself to be not only an artist but also a thinker.
The ideology of my works is "Family-unfriendly."