Hai-Hsin Huang works primarily with painting, drawing, and publications. Capturing the awkward and unglamorous moments of daily life through a sardonic lens, Huang creates ambiguous narratives that fall somewhere between humour and horror. Her work stems from what she described as ‘frustrating life experiences’, depicting the tension between reality with the idealised versions of life that we construct from the everyday.
After graduating from the National Taipei University of Education in 2007, Huang relocated to New York, where she obtained her MFA from the School of Visual Arts in 2009. Huang has exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts, Leipzig (2017); Juming Museum, Taipei (2019); Mori Art Museum, Tokyo (2018); Seoul Museum of Art (2018); National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung (2016); and Taipei Fine Arts Museum (2013).