Christina Nguyen Hung
Christina Nguyen Hung is an interdisciplinary artist who works with electronic and biological media. Her work has been presented internationally at numerous venues including the exhibition "A Knock at the Door" in New York; the "Wats:on? Interdisciplinary Festival" at Carnegie Mellon University; ISEA 2008 and ISEA 2011 and the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (NTMoFA) in Taichung, Taiwan.
in the late 90's Christina co-founded subRosa, a cyberfeminist art and research collective. As a member of subRosa she created "participatory Information Theater" artworks such as "Sex and Gender in the Biotech Century" a sex-ed class designed to help people learn about their options for retooling in the biotech century, and "Expo Emmagenics," a biotech trade show designed to help "familiarize women with new Advanced Reproductive Technologies or ART." Hung is currently at Clemson University where she is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art and the Ph.D program for Rhetorics, Communication and Information Design (RCID).