Born in Yunlin, Taiwan in 1992, Ko, Huai-Ching graduated from the Fine Arts Department of National Kaohsiung Normal University in 2015. She is currently studying at University of Edinburgh, Contemporary Art Practice MFA. She was selected and published in the "TAIWAN EMERGING ARTISTS albums" in 2015; won Judges' list award in Kaohsiung Awards in 2018, Silver Medal Award in HAUNI SI Art Exhibition in 2017, Gold Medal Award in National Art Exhibition in 2016 with the work " To See Clearer, Get Closer — After the Aquaculture Pond "
KO depicts the image of industrial object from this modern life, these might be seemed as cold, ruthless and extremely brutal meaning which clearly portray the influence and power of technology which is changing our view and thought.
KO was using the method of Gonbi to combine modern entities and traditional form of plants on the handmade old-paper, utilizing very precise details to appear much more decorative. Even though the steel tube and iron pipe seem to invade or damage the original beauty floristic creatures, she is still trying to preserve that traditional notion of elegance Zen with transcendent and harmonious atmosphere in ink painting; "meticulous", always is her style of features, creating highly detailed brushstrokes that delimit details and color very precisely.