Ariel Huang is a multidisciplinary artist working across traditional medium and technology, including sculpture, painting, web-based art. Her works often involve the audience and stage an unusual but humor scenario to criticize a social issue. She moved to the U.S. in 2013, and under the influence of American culture, Ariel begins to rethink her ethnic culture and identity, then reflect in her works; for example, cultural gaps between Westerner and Easterner, displacement and alienation of immigrants, Asian women in the western context.
The artist had received design training in Taiwan but decided to work in fine art after moving to the United States. After learning traditional art in Los Angeles, Ariel Huang chose to study a new discipline that applies technology to her work and went to the Department of Art and Technology at the San Francisco Art Institute.