Alice Hui-Sheng Chang was born on the 31st of July, 1984 in Changhua, Taiwan.
Alice Hui-Sheng Chang’s work focuses solely on developing extended vocal technique as a means for improvisation and communication. Her vocal explorations include sound from varying tension of physical vocal parts, driving air into alternative passages and vibration of calls and breath. The physical sound produced by a mouth and throat organism, under no computer manipulation, is not only for the artist to be fully involved during performance, but also to challenge the listener with an intimate relationship while receiving. The results of these explorations create a delicate world of primal and vulnerable soundscapes.Alice has received a Master of Fine Arts (sound) at RMIT- Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University in 2006, along with a School of Art Award. She received a Bachelor of Arts (Media Arts) with Distinction, RMIT in 2005, also a grant from RMIT Union Arts in 2005.

Alice Hui-Sheng Chang has been involved in residencies in Nodar Artists Residency Program (2011), Portugal; Bogong AIR (2011), Victoria, Australia; SFX Seoul (2010), South Korea; Cite des Arts (2009), Paris, France with the support of Council for Cultural Affairs, Taiwan; Taipei Artists Village (2008) with the support of Taipei Cultural Council; CCA in Glasgow and West Space Inc. Melbourne as a part of a group project “Strangers and Intimacy”(2005).

She has received First Prize in Sound Art, 2nd Digital Art Awards Taipei, Taiwan, and Best Experimental in RMIT Film and Video Awards, Melbourne, Australia. Alice has exhibited in Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, Sydney Opera House, Australia; Bridge PAI, Charlottesville, VA, USA; Digital Art Center, Taipei; National Science and Technology Museum, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

She has performed or exhibited in Australia, Taiwan, South Korea, China, Hong Kong, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, UK and US. Including Kuandu Arts Festival, tranSonic Festival, Lacking Sound Festival, TAV Open Studio, Taipei, Taiwan; 2pi Festival, HangZhou, China; Liquid Architecture Festival, Articulating Space Series, Microphonic Concert series, dotmov series, Williamstown Festival, Flower Cut Film and Music Festival, Melbourne; Performance Space, Sydney; This is not arts Festival Official gigs, Electrofringe Festival, Newcastle, 2High Festival, Brisbane, Australia; Sound Effects Seoul 2010, South Korea; Cite Internationale des Arts, Elsie Else Festival, France and Santander Sound Art Festival, Spain.

Collaboration
In sound, her collaborators includes Nigel Brown, Rosalind Hall, Anthea Caddy, Michael Prior, Pinko Communoids, Hui-Chun Lin, Lucie Laricq, Moonshot and un escargot vide?. 
Also cross-discipline collaboration with Benny Woo, Matthew O’Shannessy, Jessie Scott, Lorraine Heller-Nicholas, Jody Cleaver, Tamara Rewse, Vienne Chan, Shang-Lin Wu and Chien-Nin Hung.
tape projects
Alice Hui-Sheng Chang was also the founder and co-curator of dotmov experimental media arts collective. The collective has produced a large number of screening events since October 2003, including two sold-out (200 & 300 people) audio-visual performance as part of Liquid Architecture, National Festival of Sound Art 2005 and 2006. From 2007, dotmov and 123tv came together as Tape Projects. They host regular artists talks, exhibitions, screenings, zines, tv broadcast and residencies throught Melbourne for the promotion of emerging new media artists.