Lives and Works: Shanghai and New York
Graduated from the Interactive Telecommunications Program of New York University, New York (M.P.S), Liu Chang is a visual artist based in New York and Shanghai. Liu is a co-founder of Hibanana Studio, an artists alliance studio, focusing on visual art, live visual performance, audiovisual installation, coding art and interactive installation. She is currently teaching at NYU Shanghai, New York University. Liu Chang’s work has been frequently exhibited in China, the United States and South America. Her recent shows include Liu Chang and Miao Jing: Inside the Time at Littles, Chengdu (2018); FILE Festival, Media Art at FIESP Cultural Center, Sao Paulo (2015/2016/2017); Currents Festival at Santa Fe (2017); Double Vision – The Culture China Overseas Chinese Women’s Invitational Exhibition at He Xiangning Museum, Shenzhen (2014); The First International Contemporary Design Exhibition at Power Station of Contemporary Art Museum, Shanghai (2013). In October 2016, she had her first solo exhibition in New York at Fou Gallery. In July 2018, she has her second solo exhibition at Fou Gallery - The Light of Small Things.
Liu’s practices range from audiovisual installation to algorithmic art and interactive installation. She currently focuses on computational art and expands her interests into different mediums.
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