Nancy Liang
Practicing in Jeju-do, Sydney and Daecheon.

I predominately work with paper and collage, my artwork is often presented as a cross between hand-craft and digital technique and spans across illustration, installation and moving image. Through my projects, I explore subjects such as place, history, and our relationship with our environment.

I have a keen interest Chinese and Korean history, folk-culture, mythology and traditional arts and crafts with focus on ink painting and pottery. In my spare time I dabble in ceramics and work with buncheong, moon jars and onggi at my pottery space 반달, ban-dal, Half moon

Selected Clients
SBS Australia / Transport for NSW / Broached Commissions / The Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences / Arts Centre Melbourne / The Washington Post / The Correspondent / The City of Sydney / The Lily / The New Yorker / The National Museum of Australia / Sydney Women's Fund / The Museum of Chinese Australian History etc.

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Creating in Dharug land. I acknowledge Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and pay respect to their cultures and Elders past, present and emerging.