Wang Jun-Jieh graduated from the HdK Art Academy in Berlin. He started working with video in 1984, and became one of the pioneers of new media art in Taiwan. He received the Hsiung-Shih New Artists Award in 1984, the Berlin Television Tower Award in 1996 and Taishin Arts Award in 2009. Invitations to major international exhibitions came from, among others, "European Media Art Festival", "Shanghai West Bund Biennial", "Asia-Pacific Triennial”, "Taipei Biennial", "Venice Biennial" and "Kwangju Biennial". In 2004, Wang curated "Navigator: Digital Art in the Making", the first exhibition to introduce digital art to Taiwan on a large scale. Wang’s main curatorial practices includes: "B!AS: International Sound Art Exhibition" (TFAM, 2005) , "Taipei Biennial: Dirty Yoga" (TFAM, 2006) , " Taipei Digital Art Festival" (2009, 2012-2014) and "Transjourney: Future Media Festival" (Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, 2012) etc. Wang Jun-Jieh is currently professor and chairman at the Department of New Media Art at Taipei National University of the Arts.