Wu Chien Hsing's practice uses "domestic objects" to inscribe the memories of his own family history interwoven with the histories of the average middle-class family in the context of Taiwan's modernization. Wu Chien Hsing's practice is motivated by self-exploration. and creative methods that transform personal empirical memory, converting the artist's curiosity of time and memory into a medium that transforms life experiences. Wu Chien-Hsing was born in Taiwan in 1987 and grew up in Puli of Nantou County, in central Taiwan. Wu Chien-Hsing graduated from Chinese Culture University in Taipei with a Bachelor's degree in 2011 and then obtained his Master's degree of Arts from Taipei National University of the Arts in 2017.
Triangle is a visual arts residency in New York founded in 1982, providing a life-changing working environment for committed artists through studio-based opportunities to experiment and create new work; shared community with other artists that lasts a lifetime; introduction of curators and other experts to the work at crucial times; cultivation of new and diverse audiences with public programs, such as open studios; and meaningful exposure to and interaction with the surrounding Brooklyn community and the wider world.