Tsai established Project Habitation in 2016 to focus on community projects that highlight sustainability and environmental issues. She was the fellow of MacDowell Colony, Joan Mitchell Foundation, MASS MoCA, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, The Vermont Studio Center, The Millay Colony for the Arts, Cheng Long Wetlands International Art Project, Red Bull Arts Detroit, and the Antenna: Spillways Residency. Her works were collected by the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts.
Grover has worked internationally as a digital artist, sound production artist, and instructor. He has been noted by The San Francisco Chronicle, and received media attention from NBC. He is the founder of an online coding school, Code Pajamas, and had extensive experience in interactive software and hardware.
A nomadic site-specific community project created by artist Hui-Ying Tsai.