Born in 1981.
M.F.A of Taipei National University of the Arts.Now works and lives in Taipei.
Kao uses different ways to draw down the imagined map of her religious belief and historical identity, looks for personal connections to the times, and presents her work in paintings, videos, sounds and installations. In recent works she uses found images, press photos, and home photos, along with drawing, to frame up the uncertainty of self-identity.
Her solo exhibitions ‘The Imitation Of Faith’ and ‘Dorothy Crash’ both received Tai-Hsin Art Award nomination. She received Asian Artist Scholarship of Vermont Studio Center U.S in 2012, and was chosen for M.I.T project in ART TAIPEI art fair in 2011.