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Chiang Chi-Ming is a Taiwanese sculptor who graduated from the Taipei National University of the Arts in 2013 before receiving his MFA in 2018 from the National Taiwan University of the Arts. Chiang works primarily with wood to create figurative sculptures that explore teenage melancholy and states of awkward uncertainty. He often uses the teenage girl to embody this liminal state and to reflect upon his own past social interactions. Chiang has exhibited widely around Taiwan and was a recipient of the Sanyi International Wood Sculpture Competition’s Highly Commended Award in 2016. He lives and works in Banqiao, New Taipei.