Ellen Huang, Ph.D., researches the relationship between art, science and materials focusing on design and China. Huang has published for museum publications and academic journals about Buddhist material culture and ink painting, taught and researched in Taipei, Beijing, Seoul, and Shanghai and held positions at university art museums as a curator. Selected exhibitions include Ink Worlds (2018), Earthly Hollows: Cave and Kiln (2018), The Buddha’s Word (2018), and Clouding: Sign and Symbol in Asian Art (2021). She is a faculty member at the ArtCenter College of Design (Pasadena, CA) where she teaches art and design histories. She is completing a manuscript about Jingdezhen porcelain in the early modern world as a translated practice.