Hu Nung-Hsin is a Taiwanese born visual artist and art administrator currently based in New York City. After receiving her MFA in Fine Arts at Long Island University in 2009, Hu has devoted herself to being a practicing artist as well as working with art communities. Hu primarily works in the Artist Studio Residency Program and New New Yorkers Program at the Queens Museum. As a multidisciplinary artist Hu works in sculpture, installation, video, and performance and has exhibited and screened both in the U.S. and abroad including SCOPE New York, D.U.M.B.O. Arts Festival, Water Tower Art Fest, Sophia, Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires, and Videoformes Festival, France. Hu has also received various honors and residency programs including the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning – Van Lier Fellowship, Mentor of NYFA’s Mentoring Program for Immigrant Artists, Taipei Artist Village – Boundary-Break-Through Project Grant, Taiwan Ministry of Culture, the International Residency and Cultural Exchange Grant, the Casa das Caldeiras residency in São Paulo, Brazil, the chashama studio program in Brooklyn Army Terminal, as well as the Lichtenberg Studios in Berlin. Hu will also participate the Arctic Circle Residency in 2017.