Wang's art is inspired by Taiwanese oral tradition from her childhood and her exploration of identity within Eastern and Western cultures. The artist has described her work as a means of articulating her own mixed feelings about the rapid industrialization of her native Taiwan, as well as the tension resulting from her dual identification with both Eastern and Western visual and cultural traditions.
Her art is composed of meticulously created layers of painted calligraphy and cartoon-like forms overlaid atop other shapes that suggest trees, sterns, and mountains. This convergence of various patterns, vibrant colors, abstract shapes, and figurative elements lends a tangible sense of depth and rhythm to Wang's compositions.
Wang's work has been exhibited internationally in solo and group exhibitions. She has held solo exhibitions at Inception Gallery, Paris in 2013; Eslite Gallery, Taipei in 2011; Soledad Lorenzo, Madrid in 2006; Lehmann Maupin, New York in 2005; and Victoria Miro Gallery, London in 2005. Her work is collected in the permanent collections of museums, particularly in USA, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the Cincinnati Art Museum; and The Utah Museum of Fine Arts.