Diane Wah Zuercher is a Brooklyn-based conceptual artist working primarily in photography and installation. Her practice focuses primarily on the narrative simulcra of portraiture, and digital iconography in popular culture.
A recipient of a 2009 Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation residency, Wah received her M.F.A from Columbia University and her B.A. from The New School University. She’s being exhibiting her work nationally for the past 10 years. She is currently Creative Director and Co-Founder of the Brooklyn Temple of Epistemological Practice.