Tishan Hsu


    Tishan Hsu (b. 1951, Boston) studied environmental design and architecture at MIT and received his BSAD in 1973 and M.Arch in 1975. He moved to New York in 1979, where he currently resides. Tishan Hsu explores the effects of technology on the human body and the emotional resonance happening between people and the digital screen. Working with paintings, interactive media, and sculpture, Hsu challenges the viewer to question how technology affects the individual body and the collective body as a means of becoming more conscious of the cognitive and navigating the body’s response in a shifting digital landscape. He taught at Sarah Lawrence College and has work in numerous museum collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Centre Pompidou, and the High Museum of Art.


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