Creative Technologist & Visual Artist


Hello, I am Wen Chen, a Taiwanese creative technologist and visual artist based in London, and currently working in advertisement with a passion for digital design, UI/UX, new media art and emerging technologies in conjunction with art and politics.

I am proactively engaging in the contemporary art realm in London and beyond. I have two artworks in public exhibitions in the past year. The Ambiguity at the Bottle Factory in 2021 London Design Festival and Data Map Graphics at FACT Liverpool, part of Yarli Allison’s ‘In 1875 We Met At the Docks of Liverpool.’

I am a visual storytelling expert building narratives in various forms to deliver critical topics through technology and visual communication. I am constantly interested in digital art, from augmented reality, 3D modelling, generative art to interaction design. 

I am a diversified slasher exploring interests in technology and startups. I had experiences in representing as an ambassador of Gogoro, an IoT scooter in Taiwan, and public talks for Microsoft Laptop and TEDxCYCU events. I had two startup internship experiences in UI design of a travel app, and graphic design of a male beauty eCommerce. 

I see connection and collaboration as the key to creation and co-founded a hybrid art and design community ‘Junction’ for creatives in London and Taiwan. This platform is dedicated to creatives newly arriving in London and UK from abroad since 2019. I manage a team of 30 people and develop strategies for visual content, interview podcasts, and offline events.  

I have international education experiences in London, Copenhagen, and Taiwan, respectively BA Graphic and Media Design with First Class honours (1st) at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, the Erasmus exchange programme 2020 spring term at The Royal Danish Academy, Copenhagen, and 4-year completion in BA Architecture at Chunyaun Christian University, Taiwan.







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