Since 1998, C. J. Yeh has been exploring the area of new media art which he has integrated into his more traditional areas of study and expression. The juxtaposition and integration of digital and analog, virtual and actual, natural and cultural, articulates his point of view on the changing perception of identity and reality in the digital era. Yeh's exhibition schedule includes showings at the Queens Museum, the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, the Kennedy Museum of Art, and the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts. His work has been introduced and reviewed by publications such as The New York Times, NY Arts, World Journal, and Art China.
C. J. Yeh's research interests include practices, theories, and the history of digital art. Since 1999, Yeh's essays on art and technology have been featured in Art and Collection Magazine, ArtNow Magazine, Art Today Magazine, and Artists Magazine, amongst others. He has also written research articles for The Taipei Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, and the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts. His first book, Art in The Digital Age, was published in 2003 by Art and Collection, the publishing house of Taiwan. His new book, Digital Aesthetic, was released in May, 2008.