Peter Wu generates artworks and immersive installations utilizing machine learning, projection mapping, 3D printing, and animation software. Thematically, he draws upon the genre of science fiction to investigate our estrangement associated with technological advancement and modernity. Wu’s work examines how technology is altering our perception of our bodies, reality, and history. In 2020, he founded EPOCH Gallery, an artist-run virtual experiment created during quarantine. In 2013, he was the recipient of the California Community Foundation Fellowship for Visual Artists. Solo exhibitions include R/SF Projects (San Francisco, CA), Held & Bordy Gallery, Windward School (Los Angeles, CA), Vincent Price Art Museum (Monterey Park, CA), Greene Exhibitions (Los Angeles, CA), Patrick Painter Inc (Santa Monica, CA), Power Galerie (Berlin, Germany), and Tomio Koyama Gallery (Tokyo, Japan). In 2019, Wu was awarded the COLA Individual Artist Fellowship and the Public Art Division commission with Los Angeles World Airports Arts Exhibition Program to be completed in 2021. He received his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and his BFA from the University of Windsor. Wu lives and works in Los Angeles.