Yi Hsuan is a Taiwanese lens-based artist currently based in New York. In her experience as an immigrant and "Othered," she uses handmade sculptures, collecting discarded and found materials and her body to make assemblages for staged photographs in still-lifes and self-portraits.
Yi Hsuan received an MFA photography from SVA (2020) and she is the recipient of the NYFA immigrant artist program (2023). Her work is awarded LensCulture critic’s top 10 choice (2022) and has been exhibited solo in Anonymous Town in SPRING/BREAK Art show (NY, 2020), group show in Today is Yesterday's Tomorrow, PHMuseum Photo Festival (2022, Bologna, Italy), Smart Objects, Flattened Images, in Well Well Project, (2022, Portland, OR), A Body: Figure and Flesh at Floor Gallery (2022, Seoul, South Korea), If You Lived Here, You’d Be Home By Now at Wassaic Project (2021, Wassaic, NY), Unmute 10002 residency group show at Austrian Cultural Forum (2021, New York), The Thing in Itself at NARS Residency (2020, New York). Seasonal Repression at Field project (2020, New York), In Visible Space at Here Art (2020, New York).