Hsuan-Kuang Hsieh 謝宣光 (shen-gwangh xie) is a Taiwanese multimedia artist and experimental filmmaker who currently lives and works in Los Angeles. 
Her practices include experimental film, projection art, photography and video installation. While rediscovering her roots in Taiwanese heritage and history, her work often explores the multicultural identity of the Asian diaspora, with particular interests in land as a source of identity, reminiscence objects and physical memory.
Her films and media works have been shown in film festivals and galleries worldwide, including Syros Int'l Film Festival, Festival des Cinémas Différents et Expérimentaux de Paris, Hong Kong K11 Art Mall, ANALOGICA- 10 Year Retrospective (Italy), Tokyo Calm & Punk Gallery, and more.

Hsieh also works as projection designer. She collaborates with entertainment companies, artists and theaters to create video projection for live events and performances. Some notable collaborators and venues include: NY Performa Biannual, Shanghai Oriental Art Center, The Ford Foundation, LA Contemporary Dance Company and Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.  

She received her MFA at California Institute of the Arts.