Wu Chi-Tsung is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work seamlessly weaves Western and Chinese arts both on a technical and philosophical level. He received his BFA in 2004 from the Taipei National University of the Arts. After decades of creating experimental ink paintings, Wu turned to photography, video and installations, finding in these new media compelling conceptual stratagems that spurred new and dynamic approaches to making images. Wu has won numerous awards, and one notable one is the Liu Kuo-Sung Ink Art Award in 2019. His works are in public collections at the Asian Art Museum (USA), M+ Museum (Hong Kong), and UCCA Center for Contemporary Art (China), to name a few. Wu currently lives and works in Taipei, with working studios in Berlin and Ho Chi Minh City.