Ting-Ting Cheng (Taipei, 1985) studied photography at Westminster University, completing her degree with an MFA in Fine Arts at Goldsmith College in London. In her artistic practice Cheng uses images, videos, sounds, texts and objects to form installations or actions, in which she explores issues relating to the concepts of foreignism, nationality and immigration by examining languages, history and the media.
Her work has been exhibited at Taipei Fine Art Museum, Galerie Grand Siècle, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art, Census Art (Taiwan), National Art Museum of China (Beijing) and Identity Gallery (Hong Kong), among others. She has also been selected for a MIT in Art Taipei 2012, and that same year was selected by Perspective Magazine in Hong Kong as one of the 40 best artists in Asia. In 2005, she was awarded the Asian Exchange Prize (Japan), and was in charge of the 19th Festival of Contemporary Art Sesc_Videobrasil in Sao Paolo. She currently enjoys a residency program at the CFCCA in Manchester.