Liu Chang is an artist and educator based in Shanghai and New York. Her work explores the connection between the natural world and the artificial world; the relationship between the self and interactive behaviors; as well as theory and practices of generative art. Her recent research focus on topics such as museum’s new technology in interactive experience and generative art as a medium.
Chang’s work has been exhibited internationally, at places such as FOU Gallery (New York), Currents New Media Arts Festival (Santa Fe), Carroll/Fletcher Gallery (London), Power Station of Art (Shanghai), The National Museum of China (Beijing), etc. Her work has been featured in many worldwide magazines and art review journals, such as 《YISHU》 Contemporary Chinese Art Journal, 《Fronterad》(Madrid), 《Art Collection》, 《Art World》,《ARTFORUM》.
She holds an M.P.S degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) in the Tisch School of Arts, New York University. Currently, she works as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Arts in Interactive Media Arts, NYU Shanghai.