Chu-Hsuan Chang

Lighting Designer

Chu-Hsuan is a Los Angeles-based lighting artist working in live performance and installation. As a lighting designer, Chu-Hsuan’s notable collaborations include—Lars Jan’s The White Album (August Wilson Center, Wexner Center for the Arts, Next Wave Festival, Freud Playhouse, Sydneyfest ); Janie Geiser’s Fugitive Time (On Edge Festival, Automata); performing artist Takao Tamaguchi’s Touch of Others (One Archive, REDCAT); choreographer Meryl Murman’s The Lipstick (CAC). His latest works include—The Dope Elf (Yale Union); Hype Man (Fountain Theater); BBC (REDCAT). Chu-hsuan has also worked with Lars Jan on The Institute of Memory (REDCAT, TBA Festival, Under the Radar Festival, Divine Comedy Festival, On the Board, ICA Boston, YBCA, LPAC) and Slow-Moving Luminaries (Art Basel Miami Beach); Andrew Schneider on Nervous/System (The Fisher Center for the Performing Arts, LUMBERYARD, W97 MIT, Next Wave Festival). In addition to lighting, Chu-hsuan’s passions include puppeteering, model-making and lighting instrument design.