Haoran Chang is a multidisciplinary artist using video installation, digital print, and virtual reality in exploring the social construction and digital mediation in contemporary society. Through focusing on a specific story or historical event, Chang intends to untangle and refold the complexities of the narration. Combining different narratives that are correlated to one another directly or indirectly, Chang questions the artificiality of knowledge construction and intend to flatten the hierarchy of meanings in the progress of reconstructing. Utilizing digital media in reproducing the past is the response and critique on the current proliferation and fragmentation of digital mediation that shapes cultural memory and social discourse. Looking at the virtuality of digital production, Chang's practice speculates the power of constructing virtual space and the correlation between the virtual and the real that their boundary is diminishing. Chang received a Bachelor degree from University of Wisconsin Madison and MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art with critical study concentration in 2018. Chang is also the founder of Chameleon Gallery, an online virtual reality contemporary art gallery that focuses on bridging traditional media and virtual reality in creating, exhibiting, and distributing art. Chang has been awarded Mount Royal School of Art Merit scholarship, MICA Up/Start Competition award, and Vermont Studio Center Artist award. Chang has exhibited in Cardinal Space (Baltimore), Baltimore-Washington International Airport, Vox Populi (Philadelphia), CICA Museum (South Korea), and many more.