紀柏豪是來自臺灣的創作者，其藝術實踐及研究大多源自於對規則與邊界的好奇，經由觀察日常生活中的差異來設計方法，探究人與科技物如何在所處環境中共構彼此。臺大經濟系畢業後，分別取得倫敦大學金匠學院音樂碩士及麻省理工學院藝術、文化與科技碩士，並曾於國立清華大學音樂所及文化大學科藝所任教。 他有豐富的國內外展演及駐村經歷。其作品形式多樣，從觀念到視覺藝術、從軟體到硬體、從表演到裝置，曾獲選臺北文創「天空創意節」、擊樂文教基金會「jpg實驗室」、兩廳院「不只在劇場」、班戈新音樂節、聲音暨電腦音樂大會、新音樂表達介面(NIME)研討會、澳門文化中心「開箱作業」等項目，並於林茨電子藝術節、光點新媒體藝術節、FILE巴西國際電子語言藝術節、倫敦南岸藝術中心等地呈現。 他的工作室「融聲創意」關注於藝術、科技與音樂的交匯，除積極參與各類展演項目及教育推廣活動外，也逐步發展國際合作網絡。近期執行案例包含文策院TCCF跨域展演、與汐止文史團隊合作《溯源計畫》、將麻省理工學院研究延伸為《與細菌混了3000年》、串連拉丁美洲藝術家的《塑膠湯》及受墨西哥機構BEMA邀請的《無形介面》、由英國文化協會支持的《Selected Ambient Airs》等專案，探索由藝術實踐與科技應用交織出的新景觀。
CHI Po-hao is a creator from Taiwan, largely derives his artistic practice and research from a curiosity towards rules and boundaries. By observing disparities in daily life, he designs methods to explore how humans and technological objects co-construct each other within their surroundings. After earning a B.A. in Economics from National Taiwan University, he obtained an MMus from Goldsmiths, University of London, and an M.S. from MIT in Art, Culture, and Technology. He has taught at National Tsing Hua University and Chinese Culture University. He has extensive exhibition and residency experience both domestically and internationally. His works, taking the forms ranging from conceptual to virtual art, software to hardware, performance to installation, have been featured in the Taipei New Horizon Festival," Ju Percussion Group Foundation “JPG Lab," National Theater and Concert Hall's “NextTheater” project, Bangor New Music Festival, and the Macao Cultural Centre's “Openbox,” Sound and Music Computer Conference, New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Ars Electronica, FLARE New Media Art Festival, FILE Festival, Southbank Center, among others. His studio, "ZONE SOUND CREATIVE," explores the crossroads of art, technology, and music. It actively participates in exhibitions and education, and is developing an international network. Recent projects include the TCCF “Stereo”, the “Traceability” project in Xizhi, the extension of MIT research into "3,000 Years Among Microbes", the "Plastic Soup" collaborated with Latin American artists, the “Interfaces of the Invisible" invited by the Mexican institution BEMA, and the "Selected Ambient Airs" project supported by the British Council, among others. These endeavors explore new landscapes woven from artistic practices and technological applications.