Lo Sheng-Wen (1987-) was born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. He began his visual/audio research in 2011 during his studies in the Computer Music Laboratory of National Taiwan University, where he received his master’s degree in 2012. Currently he studies in the Master Photography program of AKV|St.Joost art academy in the Netherlands. Lo Sheng-Wen explores contemporary human-animal relationships through still and moving images. The project “White Bear” explores animal exhibits by focusing on polar bears in captivity in the world. “Fallout” observed the markings of 2000+ nuclear tests since 1945 and their effects on the biosphere. “Persian Dogs” reflects Iran’s social conflict between traditional teachings and new viewpoints. His ongoing project “MELK” studies the Dutch dairy industry, and the relationship between product images and milk farming. His recent works will be exhibited in EYE, film museum of Amsterdam, as well as LianZhou International Photo Festival in China. He believes that everyone has the potential to engage social or environmental issues through his or her own practice, creating works in the process. For instance, scientific studies can have artistic values, and vise versa.