Hsi-Nong Huang

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Hsi-Nong Huang is a London-based, Taiwanese artist.

Huang works almost exclusively with wood and metal. Her practice is about creating a meeting point that explores hidden histories, preserves memory, and forms a personal space that allows the past once more to feel its way into the present or future. She  has completed a BA (Hons) in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts and an MA in Sculpture from Royal College of Art. Huang has exhibited both in the UK and China with recent exhibitions including RA Summer Exhibition 2023, Royal Academy of Arts, London (2023); Magnified Ear, A.P.T Gallery, London (2023); Reflections: Part 3: Sculpture by Women Artists, WORKPLACE, London (2022) and London Grads Now. 21, Saatchi Gallery, London (2021). Huang has undertaking a year as an Artist Woodwork Fellow at City & Guilds of London Art School, London (2022-23). She is the recipient of Samuel Ross Black British & POC Artist Grants, 2021 and was selected for the first ever Claudia Rankine Award, 2019.

Hsi-Nong Huang co-curated Testing Grounds, Filet, London (2022) with Rachel Mortlock, Janek Nixon and India Stanbra. She also curated Systems We Have, New Art Projects, London (2022).