Robbie Huang yen-ying（中文：黃彥穎 ）Born in Pintung, Taiwan in 1981, Huang Yen-Ying was graduated from the Graduate Institute of Plastic Arts at Tainan National University of the Arts and the Department of Fine Arts at Taiwan National University of the Arts. The major solo exhibitions he has held include Love Won’t Wait – Huang Yen-Ying’s Retrospective Exhibition (InART Space, Taiwan, 2010) and Shine Ground – Huang Yen-Ying’s Solo Exhibition (VT Artsalon, Taipei, 2010). His artistic practice ranges from painting, sculpture, photography, video art, installation, and etc. In both 2009 and 2012, he was chosen by “International Visual Artist Exchange Program,” organized by Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture, to New York’s International Studio & Curatorial Program and Paris’ Cite Internationale des Arts as an artist-in-residence. In the same year – the year of 2012, He was also sponsored by Asian Cultural Council to Cemeti Art House in Indonesia as an artist-in-residence. Huang is best known for the semiotic transformation between form and meaning, through which he attempts to create a meaningful medium where the multiplicity of thinking is exercised within. He is concerned about Taiwan’s modern history, but he is more interested in both listening to the stories and sharing about the past of Taiwan instead of really digging into the history.