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Takming Chuang's work reflects upon the desire to preserve in the face of perpetual change.  His sculptures, photographs, prints, and installations document his body while also representing its temporality. Relating art objects to bodies, Chuang considers art conservation and bodily preservation in the same vein. Both efforts share underlying values that drive decisions to keep things the way they are.  

Born in New York City, Chuang currently lives in San Francisco. He received his MFA in Art Practice from the University of California, Berkeley and a BA in Economics from the State University of New York, Binghamton. At present, Chuang is an Affilate Artist at Headlands Center for the Arts and serves on the Programming Committee at Right Window Gallery. His work is in the public collection of the Berkeley Art Museum. 

tak@takmingchuang.com