Chang Yun-Han lives and works in Taipei. In her expanded sculptural practice, Chang utilizes drawing, sound, and video to build nuanced narratives that examine the subtle and invisible elements of everyday life. Since earning an MFA in sculpture from the National Taiwan University of Arts in 2012, Chang has held solo exhibitions at the Taipei Contemporary Art Center (2015) and the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing (2018). International group exhibitions include the Taipei Biennial (2010) and the Bangkok Biennial (2018). In 2014, she participated in the Arctic Circle, an expeditionary residency program that brings artists, scientists, architects, and other contributors to explore the Arctic Ocean and the Svalbard Archipelago.