LIU Kuan-Hsiang is an independent choreographer.
2017 Commissioned by Cloud Gate Dance Foundation to create a new work, Karma.
2017-2018 Selected by Cloud Gate's Art Makers Project.
2016 Kids became the first Asian work selected by Aerowaves Spring Forward.
The years from 2011 to 2016 marked an important creative period for LIU, during which he collaborated with HORSE Dance Theatre. Together the choreographer and the dance theatre created Hero (2014), which was nominated for the Taishin Arts Award and was invited to be performed in various places. Two Duet (2015) was invited to the first International Contemporary Dance Festival of Mexico City. In 2016, Kids, a new production at HORSE Dance Theatre, was a finalist in the 15th Taishin Arts Award. In addition, he also participated in the creation of Wild Never Exist (2015) at SongYan Creative Lab, which was nominated for the 14th Taishin Arts Award and performed at the closing ceremony of the 2016 Taipei Poetry Festival. In 2013, he was invited to direct Music Unlimited IV by Taipei Chamber Singers, which was nominated for the 12th Taishin Arts Award. He had won the Second Prize in the 4th Myfone Literary Award.