Wu Tsang (b. 1982, USA) is a filmmaker, artist, and performer based in Los Angeles. His work focuses on issues of self and identity, and the narratives that construct them. In particular, Tsang is interested in the socio-political dimensions of communities and is also significantly inspired by his involvement with queer, trans, and immigrant communities in Los Angeles. His films include The Shape of a Right Statement (2008), Wildness (2012) and A day in the life of bliss (2014). Tsang’s works have been exhibited at Tate Modern (London), the Whitney Museum, the Museum of Modern Art and the New Museum (New York), at the Institute of Contemporary Art (Philadelphia), and at Moca and Redcat (Los Angeles). In 2012, Tsang took part in the Whitney Biennial and the New Museum Triennial (New York), the Gwangju Biennale (South Korea) and the Liverpool Biennial (Great Britain).