I'm a digital media artist, based in LA.
Kiki Wu 新媒體藝術家，目前居住於LA。
I'm a digital media artist whose research includes interactive art, XR, and video art. Inspired by the metaphysical relationship to my family's memory from Taiwan, I've been investigating the transformation of cultural symbols across dimensions from physical space, virtual realm to psychological matters since 2017. In her projects Canon, and The Sense of Time, I utilized real-time tracking technology and generative processes which convey the idea of finding the balance of co-living with technology in the modern world.
I'm pursuing an MFA in Digital Media Art at San Jose State University and is teaching Art 75: Introduction to Digital Video Art in the program. I embrace topics that contribute to social changes and believes art can connect people from different cultures. In 2020, I worked on VISA - Virtual Institute of Simulation Art , an web-VR virtual exhibition with Iranian artist Leily Khitibi and CADRE Lab for New Media at SJSU. I'm also selected in an AR experimental project, Hidden Histories of San Jose Japantown by Japanese American Museum of San Jose in 2021. Recently, I'm assisting with interdisciplinary artist Mel Day in the collaborative project, Wall of Song Project: Feeling Good