Steph Huang (b.1990, Taiwan) works and lives in London. She graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2021, where she studied Sculpture. Poetically charged, Huang’s work expresses autobiographical narratives through a process of layered storytelling. Rooted in the close observation of incidental details, the relationships objects have with each other, as well as in the eccentric moments in everyday life, her work attempts to examine something of the lives of modern human beings through mass-produced objects. Often captured through her analogue camera, these moments become trigger points for new ideas given form through assemblage. In this way, the artist’s sculptural works have a lyrical quality, one where the encounter is an invitation.
Previous solo exhibitions include at Goldsmiths CCA, London; mother’s tankstation, London; ArtWorks Project Space, London; Peak, London; and 4Cose, London. Selected group exhibitions include Public Gallery, London; Galerie du Monde, Hong Kong; Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei; Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Humber Street Gallery, Humber Street Gallery, Hull and South London Gallery, London; Staffordshire St, London; AplusA Gallery, Venice; Belmacz, London; San Mei Gallery, London; Bloc Projects, Sheffield; South London Gallery; Cromwell Place, London; Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy, Lithuania; Bolton Museum, Bolton; Podium, Luxembourg; Alte Handelsschule, Leipzig; Incheon Art Platform, Seoul; and A.P.T. Gallery, London. She has received awards, including Taipei Art Awards - Grand Prize; Taipei Art Village x Arts Catalysts x Asia Platform Residency Programme; Gilbert Bayes scholarship; and neo:artprize.