Zan-Lun Huang was born in Yilan, Taiwan in 1979. Huang now lives and works in both Yilan and Taipei. He holds a BFA from Taiwan National University and a MFA from Taipei National University of the Arts in the field of fine arts. As a young emerging artist in Taiwan, Huang has held solo exhibitions in MOCA Taipei, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts and Taipei Artist Village. In addition, his works have been shown in a five-year international touring exhibition organized by Vitra Design Museum in Germany, as well as in the Asolo Art Film Festival in Italy. Responding to the idea of modernity, Huang’s works focus on the mixture and hybridization of robotic and organic lives as a means of understanding and exploring both the external environment and self-awareness. Facing the current development of technology and the application of such technologies, Huang’s works aim to discuss the value and capacity of human desire from an alternative and a multilayered dialectic perspective.