Linda Huang is an art historian specializing in global contemporary art and contemporary Asian art. She received her Ph.D. in Art History from the Ohio State University. Her research interests include new media, posthuman, new materialism, art and technology, biopolitics, body politics, and the aesthetics of labor. Her dissertation project, Re-imagining Postsocialist Corporeality, addresses how the fantasies of information during the 1980s affected the development of Chinese media art. Her research has been supported by Mellon International Dissertation Research Fellowship, Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation, China and Inner Asia Council, Asia Art Archive, and Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation Dissertation Fellowship. Her writings have appeared in Art Journal, Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, FRONT International catalogue (2018), and various exhibition catalogues.
“The Uncertain Body: Lin Tianmiao’s Mother Machine and Postsocialist Biopolitics,” Art Journal Vol. 81, no. 1 (Spring 2022): 97-115. (peer-reviewed)
“Rethinking ‘Humans’: Pond Society, Automation Fever, and the Disappearance of the Laboring Body,” Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art Vol. 94, no. 5 (2019): 52-68. (peer-reviewed)
“Cui Jie: Techno-utopia and Socialist Model Architecture,” FRONT International Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art Exhibition Catalogue (Cleveland: Cleveland Museum of Art, 2018), 68-70.