WANG Lien-Cheng

WANG Lien-Cheng


Lien-Cheng Wang is a new media artist, open source education collaborator and audiovisual performer, residing in Taipei, Taiwan. His artistic and research involve with interactive devices and real-time sound performance. He uses open source to create installation art and audio-visual real-time performance. The works are committed to seamless combination of images and sounds created by computer algorithm as well as human perception with the universe and nature. He often utilizes a volume of installed approach to achieve a unique physical perception. His works have been exhibited and performed at Linz Ars Eletronica (Austria), New Technological Art Award (Belgium), Les Journées GRAME (France), MADATAC (Spain), Digital Art Festival Taipei (Taiwan), etc.

Recent 6 main activities (personal exhibitions, group exhibitions, concerts) are
2017 Lumen Prize, The winner of 3D/Sculpture award, London, United Kingdom.
2017 The 4th Media Art, Gwangju Museum of Art, Gwangju, South Korea.
2017 Ars Electronica Festival, Post City, Linz, Austria.
2017 Poland digital art festival, Małopolski Ogród Sztuki, Krakow, Poland.
2017 Lumen Matrix - Lumen Prize for Digital Art, Today Art Museum, Beijing, China.
2018 12th Arte Laguna Prize, Nappe Arsenale Nord, Venice, Italy.

About works / performance

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Electronic Position, 2008, Installation, Refit electric shock, Refit electric mosquito zapper, Museum of Contemporary Art, Taiwan
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Regeneration Movement, 2011, Installation, Second hand CD-ROM drives, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan.
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Parallel Cities, Installation, Laser, Diffractive optical element, Magnifier, Mirror, CAUE Rhône, France.

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Real-time computing visual, Gwangju Museum of Art, Korea.

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Reading Plan, 2016, Installation, Wooden board, Iron pillar, Servo motor, Ars Electronica Festival, Austria.
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Computed Scenery, 2016, Audio-visual Performance, MADATAC, Spain.