Scenic, Projection & Media Design, California Institute of the Arts, she/her
Tzu-Hsiang is an international scenographer and multimedia artist who focuses on the relationship between space, story and performance. Her work in theater, film and immersive experiences explores the boundaries between the physical and digital. Through the visual details of her work, she hopes to convey a resonance for others: a sense of togetherness. Hung’s recent credits include Pelléas et Mélisande (CalArts School of Theater Festival), All's Well That Ends Well (Stella Adler Art of Acting Studio), Romeo and Juliet (Stella Adler Art of Acting Studio), Dada Divas (Redcat Theater), Love, Lies, Bleeding (UK Seasonal Film Festival) and Artaud in the Black Lodge (Center for New Performance — postponed). Tzu-Hsiang received her BA in drama and theater from National Taiwan University and an MFA in scenic design from CalArts.