Josephine Pu-Sheng Wang (1992, Taipei) is an artist, designer and technologist who plays with light, graphics, sculpture, electronics, and software in performance and installation art.
Josephine has presented work at Fabrica de Arte Cubano and Edinburgh Fringe Festival. SPECTRUM received the LIT Lighting Design Awards: Interactive Lighting Project in 2018 and was exhibited in Waveform curated by CultureHub LA in 2019. In 2021, Josephine received a California Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship Grant.
Josephine's works use visual mechanisms and interactivity to investigate human minds. They examine personal experiences, challenge societal rules, and reconsider the consequences of civilization. As a lighting designer and creative coder, Josephine works with artists in exhibition, public art, performance and corporate commission projects. Many of those were created by women, BIPOC, or immigrants. Some notable collaborators include Nikita Gale, Chris Ryan Williams, Megan Mosholder, and Scarlett Kim.
Josephine holds a BFA in Lighting Design from CalArts, a BS in Computer Science / Information Engineering from NCU, Taiwan, and is pursuing a MPS in Interactive Telecommunications Program from NYU-Tisch. Josephine lives in Brooklyn and works internationally.
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