Peter Wu+ is a Los Angeles-based artist whose practice is characterized by a keen engagement with the role of technology in shaping our perceptions of reality, identity, and history. Utilizing modeling and rendering software, 3D printing, projection mapping, and machine learning, Wu+ creates thought-provoking artworks and immersive environments that address the complexities of our technologically-driven society. In 2020, Wu+ founded EPOCH, an artist-run virtual exhibition space that serves as a platform for showcasing and disseminating contemporary digital art practices. With a focus on community building and inclusivity, EPOCH represents a significant contribution to the field of contemporary art and its engagement with digital technologies. In 2023, Wu+ was the recipient of the EYEBEAM Fractal Fellowship. He was awarded the COLA Individual Artist Fellowship and a commission for the Public Art Division with the Los Angeles World Airports Arts Exhibition Program in 2019, which was completed in 2022 and on view until October 2023. Wu+ has been a speaker at prominent art institutions such as the Art Center College of Design, USC Roski School of Art and Design, Christie’s LA, and the Frieze Art Fair. He received his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and his BFA from the University of Windsor.