Jawshing Arthur Liou (b.1968) works with photography, video, and electronic imaging to create video installations which depict nonexistent spaces often surreal. Using sources ranging from landscapes to oil paint to the human body, much of Liou’s work is related to Buddhist concepts of impermanence, meditations on nature and spirituality, and coping with the illness of his daughter. Liou’s videos and prints are featured in numerous public and private collections. He also has participated in major international exhibitions such as “State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now” at Minneapolis Institute of Arts (USA, 2016), Sharjah Biennial 12 (United Arab Emirates, 2015), SeMA Biennale Mediacity Seoul (Korean, 2014), “State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now”, Crystal Bridges Museum (USA, 2014) and “TURE COLORS” the 6th Yebisu International Festival For Art & Alternative Visions, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography (Japan, 2014), “Sacred Sojourn” at Taipei Fine Art Museum (Taiwan, 2014), “Sonnet 27” at SiTE:LAB (USA, 2013 ). Jawshing Arthur Liou currently lives and works in Indiana, USA.