Linda Huang is a doctoral student specializing in contemporary Chinese art and media culture. Her research interests include post-humanism, socialist history of technology, new media, body politics, and the aesthetics of labor. Her dissertation project, Re-imagining Post-socialist Corporeality: Technology, Body, and Nation in Post-Mao Chinese Art, addresses how the fantasies of information during the post-Mao 1980s affected the development of Chinese media art.
Linda is a recent recipient of Mellon International Dissertation Research Fellowship and Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation Greater China Research Grant. She has been involved in a series of international curatorial projects, including Front International Triennial (2018) in Cleveland and Nam June Paik and the Conservation of Video Sculpture (2011) in Cincinnati.