William Hsu (b.1979) is a Taiwanese born visual artist based in Auckland who has worked both nationally and internationally. He has a context responsive, project based practice that actively seeks different methodologies and strategies in response to situations. His projects are often concerned with the politics of space, urban history and geography. Hsu has an upcoming project Watermarking (a collaboration with David Bennewith and Marnie Slater) in City States, Liverpool Biennial 2012, and his recent projects includes Meeting on the park bench next to a camellia hedge (a collaboration with Nick Spratt), 2012 at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts and A tour in the Wellington Harbour, 2011 for Alterations. Hsu has a sustained interest in artist-run initiatives and is currently a co-director of artist-run-space RM Gallery and Projects. Hsu is a lecturer in contemporary art at Manukau School of Visual Arts, Faculty of Creative Arts.