Taili Wu (*1983) originated from Taichung, Taiwan. She took metaphorical forms to capture the emotions, the conflicts of the inner gesture and confusions. Fascinated with playthings and enjoy walking with lines, she loves making things and expressing herself through visual arts. She graduated from School of Visual Arts in 2009 with a MFA in Computer Art, and currently resides in New York.
2012-2013 Animation for film Nights, directed by Grahame Weinbren
(work in progress)
2011 Video Design for Theatre Performance Men Go Down,
written and directed by John Jahnke
2010 Set Design and Stop-motion for short film Happy Paradise(05:52/mm:ss),
directed by Keng-Ming Liu
2010 Stop-Motion for Levis Waterless (01:47/mm:ss),
directed by Josh Nussbaum
2009 Roue (05:13/mm:ss), Thesis Film from School of Visual Arts
2009 Cocoon (00:33/mm:ss/loop)
Her film 'Roue' had been selected for the international competition program of up-and-coming2009.