Hsi-Nong Huang (b. Taipei, TW) lives and works in London. Huang’s work comes from the idea of creating a meeting point. She transforms memory and time into a physical format. Movement creates moments, moments draw emotions, emotions become duration. She works almost exclusively with wood and steel. Huang sees these materials as two elements, and explores how they support each other; how they are constructed with and alongside each other.
Huang has exhibited both in the UK and China with recent group exhibitions including Reflections: Part 3: Sculpture by Women Artists, WORKPLACE, London; and London Grads Now. 21, Saatchi Gallery, London. She is undertaking a Wood Workshop Fellow at City & Guilds of London Art School, London; she is the recipient of Samuel Ross Black British & POC Artist Grants, 2021 and was selected for the first ever Claudia Rankine Award, 2019.