Chihyang Hsu is an interdisciplinary artist works with photography, video, painting, and installation. His creative practices are based on congenital color vision deficiency. As a result, he probes into everyday visual communication and suggests the ambiguity he constantly encounters. Hsu has volunteered with visually-impaired communities for years to support disadvantaged individuals. He receives the Directors Fellowship from the International Center of Photography, NY, and the Master of Fine Arts degree from the School of Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, MA. Hsu grew up in Taiwan and currently lives in New York City. He follows the Holocene Calendar.