Pauline Shaw is a Taiwanese American, multidisciplinary artist born in Kirkland, Washington. Through sculpture, textiles, and installation, she examines how personal history and cultural knowledge are acquired and preserved. Shaw examines both historical and modern representations of self-identity and lineage through large-scale felted panes and multimedia sculpture. She was recently awarded the Lenore Tawney Residency at ISCP (2020). Her work has been included in exhibitions at ICA Singapore (2019); the Jewish Museum, New York (2018); Times Square Space, New York (2018); Wallach Gallery, New York (2018, 2019); Gagosian Gallery, New York (2019); Almine Rech, Paris (2019); Half Gallery, New York (2020); and In Lieu, Los Angeles (2019, 2020). Recent fellowships and residencies include Tropical Lab 13 (2019), ISCP Lenore Tawney (2020). Shaw received her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design (2011) and MFA from Columbia University (2019).