Wen-Hsi Harman ( born 1984) is a Taiwanese/British ceramic artist, based in Bristol, United Kingdom.
She is a member of the UNESCO-International Academy of Ceramic IAC and NCECA National Council on Education for the ceramic arts.
Her ceramic practice investigates the concept of ‘in-betweenness’ between Taiwan and Britain. The artist states: living away from my homeland gives me a clearer perspective of the culture in which I grew up. The cross-cultural experience provides a platform, from which I can address the questions of who I am and how I might express, and communicate my experience of in-betweenness as a place where I can survive – where I can draw breath to help me cope with the challenges of living in two cultures.
More information about the artist https://www.wenhsichenceramics.com/