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Born in New York City, Takming Chuang lives in San Francisco and works in Oakland. Chuang’s studio practice is informed by the range of emotions that arise between accepting and rejecting change. Shifts in his own physical and emotional states guide experimental processes in sculpture, printmaking, photography, and installation. The subject of preservation is often highlighted and simultaneously subverted in his work.

Chuang has exhibited at SculptureCenter NY, the Hessel Museum of Art NY, and the Berkeley Art Museum CA among other institutions. Residencies include the Camden Arts Centre and Slade School of Fine Art UK, Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts ME, and Headlands Center for the Arts’ CA Graduate Fellowship and Affiliate programs. Chuang received his MFA in Art Practice from the University of California, Berkeley where he occasionally lectures, and a BA in Economics from the State University of New York, Binghamton. His work is in the collection of the Berkeley Art Museum.