Liu Ho-Jang was born in 1972 in Taipei, Taiwan. He graduated in 2002 from Queen’s College Creative Institute at City University of New York. His work reflects on photographic identity in the context of contemporary society. In 2011, his work was published in Aster Magazine. His exhibitions include Sculpture Games, Fields, at Tapei University of Arts (2019); Super Daily, at the Taipei Biennial (2018); Wuzhong Accounting Painting-Virtual Reality, at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum (2017); Key Meditation, at the Asian Biennale (2017); Public Spirit, at Ujazdowski Castle – Center for Contemporary Art, Warsaw (2016); City Charm, at the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan (2015); and New York, at the Queens International Biennale, organized by the Queens Museum in New York (2013). The photographer lives and works in Taipei and Tainan and is a full-time professor at the Institute of Plastic Arts at Tainan University of Fine Arts.