Language, Bridge, Trace
In this world full of codes, I am exploring the relation between different coding systems and the possibility for them to communicate with each other.
Our language is a highly complex coding system. I went back to one of the most influential books, the Bible, and transformed the words into my own coding system. I use the binary code as a bridge to transform the language into coordinates, and the outcome are solid three-dimensional forms, which can be seen, read and touched, thereby creating a new relationship between language and humans.
School of Humanities
MA Photography, 2015
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We are living in a world full of codes: language, computers and even the DNA inside our body, everything we've seen, heard or touched all have a direct relationship with coding systems. More interestingly, different coding systems can communicate with and transform each other. I am interested in the relationship between different coding systems and the relationship between coding systems and humans. In my practice, I am trying to transform language from abstract symbols into a solid form which can be seen, read and touched, thereby creating a new relationship between language and humans.
- BA Photography, Camberwell College of Arts, University of The Arts London, 2012; BA Marketing, Capital University of Economics And Business
- Curator of exhibitions, Beijing Jie Lun Exhibition Service Ltd, Beijing, 2005-2007
- RCA Secret, Royal College of Art, London, 2015; RCA Secret, Royal College of Art, London, 2014; WIP Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2014; Joint Exhibition with Jia Cai, EDGE, Permanence Gallery, Beijing, 2012; BA Degree Show, Camberwell College of Arts, 2012; Peek Show, Biscuit Factory, London, 2011
- Exit Strategy, Black Dog Publishing, 2015