Born in Taipei, Taiwan, Mong-jane Wu studied sociology and architectural history before she received an MFA at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (2012). She incorporates photography, installation, sculpture, and performance in her practice, and explores ideas of form, formalities, and those of cultural and artistic conventions. Her current projects examine the aesthetic and functional qualities of building materials and decorative structures.

Mong-jane’s work has been exhibited at the Courtyard Gallery, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (2010) and the New England Photography Biennial (2013). She was awarded a New Talent Grant in 2015 from the Ministry of Culture in Taiwan for her first solo exhibit Pseudo/Mixed Light. Recent exhibits include: Snap Taking and Slow Thinking: Social Spectrum in the Age of Staged Photography (Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan, 2016) and Welcome to the Desert of the Real (Hsinchu 241 Art Space, Taiwan, 2017).