Josephine Pu-Sheng Wang (b. 1992, Taipei) is an artist, designer, and technologist who plays with light, sculpture, and electronics in installation and performance art. Josephine uses visual mechanisms, technology, and interactivity to examine the universality of human experiences, with recent work centering around the perseverance of diasporic identities.

Josephine has presented work at Tisch School of the Arts, New York University (2022 ~ 2023), Taoyuan Technology Performing Arts Awards (2022), Waveform, CultureHub LA (2019), California Institute of the Arts (2018), Edinburgh Fringe Festival (2017), and Fabrica de Arte Cubano (2017). Josephine was a recipient of the California Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship Grant (2021) and the LIT Lighting Design Awards: Interactive Lighting Project (2018).

As a lighting designer and creative coder, Josephine collaborates with queer, women, BIPOC, and immigrant artists on exhibition, public art, performance, and corporate commission projects across the United States.

Josephine received an MPS in Interactive Telecommunications Program from New York University - Tisch in 2023, a BFA in Lighting Design from California Institute of the Arts in 2018, and a BS in Computer Science / Information Engineering from National Central University, Taiwan in 2015.

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Josephine Pu-Sheng Wang (1992, Taipei) is an artist, designer and technologist who plays with light, sculpture, electronics in performance and installation art.