Molmol Kuo

Molmol is a technologist and media artist who enjoys telling stories with new media, moving images, kinetics and interactive sculpture. In 2003, she brought together a seminar weekly performance about live video performance at Taipei Art district. Around that time, she started to focus on live audio-visual performances and produced work at MOCA, Taipei, as well as music events and electronica arts festivals. Her documentary film on homelessness, youth, and social justice,Treasure Hill, was screened at Scope Art Fair at MOMA, Basel in 2007. She received scholarship for her studies on interaction design at New York University in 2008. She was awarded as Tisch school of Arts’ interdisciplinary grant recipient in 2011. Her interactive LED installation, Connecting Light, was part of the London 2012 Festival, occupied the Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site over seventy miles.

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