LuLu Meng is a New York-based artist born in Taipei, Taiwan. Living and working between the United States and Taiwan, and briefly in Australia and Netherlands impels her to explore the difference and similarity among cultures and people. Her multidisciplinary practice, including installation, sculpture, photography, drawing and video, investigates the formation and fluctuation of individual identity in a society.

Her exhibitions include Bronx Calling: The fourth AIM Biennial, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY (2017); Delicate Failure, Flux Factory, Long Island City, NY (2017); Collective Memory, Cloud Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan (2017); Rewoven, QCC Art Gallery, Oakland Gardens, NY (2017) ; Roaming Realities, William Harris Gallery, Rochester, NY (2016); Being Here, Cuchifritos Gallery&Project Space, New York, NY (2015); The Moments, Hall of Science Museum, Queens, NY (2015); Picture Books, Power Plant Gallery, Durham, NC (2014).

Her residencies and awards include Artist in the Marketplace Residency, Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY (2016); Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program, New York Foundation for the Arts (2016); Experimental Film Virginia, Cape Charles, VA (2016); NY Residency Unlimited, Brooklyn, NY (2015); Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT (2015); Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, CA (2015); DordtYart Residency, Dordrecht, Netherlands (2014); Waasland Artistic Projects, Sint-Niklass, Belgium (2013). Meng holds a B.A. in Drama and Theater from National Taiwan University and a M.F.A. in Photography, video and related media from Rochester Institute of Technology.