Born in Taipei, Taiwan, Chung-Fan Chang’s work employs cultural influence, displacement and spirituality through investigation in painting, works on paper, video, and wall installation. Through examining Eastern aesthetics, Chang’s work reflects her personal history, and identifies the visual metaphor of color and its significance in society. Chang received the Bronze Purchase Award at Guizhou Hongli Cheng Art Museum, China (2016); Visual Arts Fellow of the Mississippi Arts Commission, Jackson, MS (2013-14); The Forward Arts Foundation Emerging Artist Award, Atlanta, GA (2011). Her Kite series of work has been exhibited in galleries and museums nationally and internationally. Selected exhibitions include Kite X: High Volatility (2017) at the LiuHaiSu Art Museum; the “A Building with a View”: Experiments in Anarchitecture (2016) at the Contemporary Art Center in New Orleans, LA; the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia in Atlanta, GA (2013). Chang’s curatorial projects include Horizon Realm: Contemporary Art from Taiwan (2013-14) at the Tenri Cultural Center in New York, NY, and the Dollye M.E. Robinson Gallery in Jackson, MS; The Bared Sound: A Symphony of Artists from Taiwan and Mississippi (2017) at the Arts Center of Mississippi in Jackson; and Shifting Momentum – Abstract Art from Taiwan and the Noyes Collection (2018) at the Taipei Cultural Center in New York, NY; and the Noyes Museum of Art in Hammonton, NJ.
Chung-Fan Chang holds a BFA from Taipei National University of the Arts, and an MFA from Savannah College of Art and Design. Chang is an Assistant Professor of Art at Stockton University in Galloway, NJ.