Art critic, 1980 born in Taipei, Taiwan. Now lives and works in Taipei. Wang Sheng-Hung received his PhD degree from Ph. D. Program "Artistic Practice and Critical Research," Department of Fine Arts, School of Fine Arts, Taipei National University of Arts. He is an active contributor of several professional art magazines and museum Publications in Taiwan, such as Artco, Artists, ACT Art Critique of Taiwan, Modern Art, and ARTalks. His research interests include contemporary performance and video installation, conceptual art and body practices, photography, and institutional critique/institutional theory of art. Currently, he has a special research interest on the relationships between total bureaucratization since 1970s, accelerationism, and biopolitics.
2017-2018: Taishin Arts Award Nominator.
2012-2019: Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Fine Arts, Taipei National University of Arts.
2012-2013: Exhibition crew, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts
2011-2012: Executive editor of Modern Art, Taipei Fine Arts Museum.
2020: Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Department of Fine Arts, School of Fine Arts, Taipei National University of Arts.
2008: Degree of Master of Arts, Graduate Institute of Art Studies, National Central University.