For me, the process of painting is a process of producing order. It turns an invisible conceptual world into the language of images; it turns the logic of creating or reproducing images into the narrative of time and space; it turns the perception of this time and space during the act of seeing, into how we understand the existence of the objective world and the relationship between things.
Therefore, my work is to create such order. I separate the painted images from the flat framed-structure, creating a multi-angle way of seeing based on different viewing logics and expectations in the seeing process. This work encourages the filling of information between things through an associative relationship and order.
About the artist: I graduated with an MA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design. My work has won the Premium Art Special Award from the Society Of Women Artist Exhibition, and won the International Confederation of Art Critics Art Contest 4th Prize. I have also been shortlisted in the Solo Award, the Lacey Contemporary art prize, selected to the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition, and won the bronze prize at ‘Giant Cup’ Today National Art Students Annual Awards, Beijing Today Art Museum, where my work was collected by the museum.