Zusa Zemon Wang graduated from Shenyang University Fine Art Sculpture, China. He is currently studying at Hongik University Fine Art Sculpture, South Korea. As a minimalist artist, Wang draws inspiration from diverse fields, including Gestalt psychology, perceptual phenomenology, topological psychology, and field theory. These influences have guided the development of his latest creations. Wang’s artistic vision aims to forge a fresh, profound connection between viewers and their surroundings through his artworks. His intention is to stimulate perceptual connections that awaken people's experiences, fostering a novel interpersonal relationship between the audience and the space. The artworks of Richard Serra and Dan Graham hold a special place as his inspiration. Within their works, he discovers a captivating interplay between sensibility and rationality that he finds truly remarkable.