CHEN Wu-Kang was born and raised in Taiwan, he began studying dance at the age of twelve and graduated from the Taiwan University of Arts. In 2001, Wu-Kang danced with Feld’s Ballet Tech and Peridance, he became the soloist the next year and started his long-term collaboration with choreographer Eliot Feld. In 2004, he co-founded HORSE as an artistic director, significant works include Velocity (2007), Bones (2008), 2 Men (2012) which toured in Asia, US and Europe.
He started to collaborate with Artists in different fields in 2011, Exhibition X Performance Successor (2011) sponsored by National Culture and Arts Foundation, he received fellowship from Asian Culture Council (ACC) research in NCY 2014. Site-specific work Slow dancing in the fast lane (2015) commissioned by Taipei Fine Arts Museum in Taiwan, curating Dance X Sounds seasonal improvisation platform Primal Chaos since 2016. One dance, one dances, one danced (2017) presented by the National Theatre, Taiwan.In 2016, He began an intercultural/dance dialogue and an intimate exchange of physical, emotional and philosophical experiences with Thai choreographer Pichet Klunchun. They presented Body Tradition in 2016-2017, later on officially renamed BEHALF (2018). Meanwhile, they also work on a three-year project An expedition to the embodiment of Ramayana support by the National Culture and Arts Foundation. Taipei Art Festival, Jérôme Bel The show must go on, stage direction (2019). Recent works, Thank You So Much for Your Time (2019), Rama House (2020).