Hsin-Chien Huang (traditional Chinese: 黃心健 born 13 January 1966 in Taipei) is an artist, director in mixed media area. Science, technology, new media, programming, and algorithms are tools he uses to bring the universe of his imagination to life. He served as artistic director for SEGA and Sony. Huang collaborated with pioneering American media artist Laurie Anderson and their VR work La Camera Insabbiata/Chalkroom which won the Best VR experience Award at the 74th Venice International Film Festival(it was the first edition of the festival that introduced its virtual-reality section); his work Bodyless was also nominated in the 76th of the festival. In 2011，Huang received by president of Taiwan Ma Ying-jeou and granted as one of the "Pride of Taiwan" honor.
He founded Storynest Studio after 2001, which engaged in artistic creation and commercial design. Huang is currently a distinguished professor at National Taiwan Normal University.
Currently, his Samsara has selected to win the Jury Award in 2021 Texas SXSW Festival.
In 2001 Huang Hsin-Chien returned to Taipei to start a career in new media art. After a decade his artwork has been exhibited in galleries, art museums and art fairs throughout the world. The art events and venues where he has exhibited include Taipei Fine Art Museum, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art, Venice Biennale, Shanghai Biennale, ARS Electronica in Linz, Beijing 798 Art District, Gana Art Gellery in Seoul and International Festival of Electronic Art 404 in Argentina, among others. Huang has also been commissioned to create interactive projects for the National Palace Museum, Singer Jay Chou's Concert, Eslite Poet Festival, Taipei Pavilion in the Shanghai Expo, and Pavilion of Dreams in the Taipei Floral Expo. Huang's public artwork can been seen at Taipei's subway stations. They are: "Listening"at Huilong Station, "Our Personal Public Art"at Nankang Exhibition Hall Station and "The Moment We Meet"at the World TRADE Center Station. In 2011 Huang was awarded by President Ma as the People of Taiwan's Honor. In 2012 Huang won a grant from the 8th Keep Walking Fund with his documentary "Body Book".
Huang Hsin-Chien is a full-time new media artist now. He devotes all his time to creating and teaching. Huang never ceases to explore all the possibilities of bringing better things to our world with technological art. Huang is also an associate professor of the Digital Content Technologies Lab of the National Cheng Chi University.