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Rae Yuping Hsu (they/it) is an artist and educator from Taipei, Taiwan, currently based in New York. Their practice is research-based and materially informed, spanning across multiple disciplines and materials; from hot glass to fibroblasts, passports to fecal sports.
Their recent works speculate on microbial ethics within interplanetary travel; gut microbiome colonization among immigrants; life and death with microplastics; and the politics of immortality. They work interstitially, collaborating often with artists, researchers and scientists. They hold a Masters of Science in Art, Culture, and Technology from MIT, and currently teaches at The New School, NYU, and SVA.