Born in Taipei, Taiwan, Chung-Fan Chang received her BFA from the Taipei National University of the Arts and an MFA from Savannah College of art and Design. Chang explores and investigates in painting, works on paper and installation to communicate her vision of beauty that reflect issues within the society and daily life experience. Her Kite series presents the fusion of traditional Chinese landscape composition with geometric plans to address disharmony and conflict viewing experience. Chang is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi. Chang lives and works in Taipei, Taiwan and Jackson, Mississippi.
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