Adam Hsieh (pronouns: he/him) is a transdisciplinary media artist and chef.
Adam's artistic, social and technological practice derives from his enthusiasm for perception and interaction. His temporary interventions in public spaces manipulate light, sound, moving image and code as an agent to deconstruct and reconstruct the framing and narratives in the post-digital sphere. As a queer Chinese immigrant, he aims to investigate the fluidity and intersectionality of identities through turning viewers into participants and provoking expanded conversations by embodied aesthetic experiences, which further interprets and questions the notion of Otherness.
Most recently in 2020, his 35mm film/digital video project 'Yours, the World's', an interrogation of the ownership of sexuality in erotic culture, was selected by Ars Electronica Festival in Austria and Patchlab Digital Art Festival in Poland. In 2019, he completed 'I Hear You (But Do You Hear Me?)', a commissioned interactive installation for Vivid Sydney to address the inequality in the digital era.
After earning a bachelor's degree in architecture at the South China University of Technology, Adam embarked on a career in contemporary art at CMoDA Beijing, China's very first digital art museum, in 2011. The following year, he joined Liu Dao Art Collective in Shanghai and produced a series of interactive LED art with international artists and tech geeks to capture the contrast scenes from old and new China.
Now he resides in nipaluna/Hobart and continues to explore the world with his weird sense of humour.