Isa Wang is a multidisciplinary artist who primarily produces work about intersecting identities from the lens of American consumerism through mediums of installation, performance, sculpture, video, photography and painting. With a background in retail, Wang combines handmade and found objects with a commercial design aesthetic to examine the representation of marginalized communities in pop culture. Wang’s practice centers around the possibility of transformation via a mix of mediums and genres. Autobiographical elements are juxtaposed against stereotypical marketing to critique social boundaries, whilst racial and gendered spaces are traversed with performative and interactive elements. Wang received a BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Art and is pursuing a MFA from the School of Visual Art. He currently lives and works in Western Massachusetts.