Andrew Thomas Huang
b. 1985, lives in Los Angeles, U.S.
Andrew Thomas Huang is a Chinese American visual artist and film director known for his music videos for artists Björk, FKA twigs and Atoms for Peace. He is known for his iconic visual style, where he crafts hybrid fantasy worlds and mythical dreamscapes. In 2019, Huang was nominated for a Grammy for his music video for FKA Twigs’ Cellophane. His films and videos have been commissioned by and exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art, NYC; MoMA PS1; The Sydney Opera House, Sydney; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. With his strength in world-building, Huang continues his foray into narrative with his first feature film Tiger Girl which has received support from Sundance and Film Independent. His narrative short Kiss of the Rabbit God premiered at Tribeca Film Festival 2019.
Recent exhibitions include Flesh Nest, Chromatic Festival, Montreal (2018); Interstice, Milk Gallery, New York City (2016); Bjork ‘Stonemilker,’ Virtual Reality Installation, MOMA PS1, Long Island City (2015); Bjork ‘Black Lake,’ Museum of Modern Art, New York City (2015); and Bjork ‘Mutual Core,’ Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (2015). His work has also been featured in Myth Makers - Spectrosynthesis III, Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong (2023); Gender Bender Time Traveller, Geisted, Berlin (2022); Kathmandu Trienniale 2077, Kathmandu, Nepal (2022); Ksana, Venice Biennale 2019, Venezia (2019); Paradoxal Stranger, Gallery MOMO, Cape Town (2016); and Paradoxal Stranger, Gallery MOMO, Cape Town (2014).
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