I was born in Hangzhou, China and I moved to Sydney, Australia by myself when I was

18. In 2013, I visited New York City by accident, and I have stayed there ever

since. Now I live with my best friend and two lovely but strange cats in Brooklyn.

A few of my projects/collectives are Madai!(麻袋!), 吅(Xuan Song), JellØ,  Straw Pipes, The Doilies,

and my solo project Lullady.

I am a transformative artist who plays with both objects and actions, an endurance performance artistdealing with impatience in an urgent environment.

I "collect", "archive" and practice "letting go" of obsolete and discarded items and often "misuse" them to create a visible or invisible interactive architecture in public

space, through which I "colliberate" with fellow artists and the public audience to experience and co-act in the art piece in either a collective or intimate settings for a

duration of time. 

The potential to create an alternative utopian zone from society’s garbage requires ecological and alchemical transformation, which derives from

continuous failed attempts and experiments leading to more unpredictable openings. 

I often use ephemeral and sensory based materials, such as light, sound, smell, or the spectrum,  traveling through space, interacting with serendipitous audiences through “listening” and “feedback”. 

I explore both tensions and paradox,  via games, trust and zen.

My visual work and performances have been exhibited or shown at Greene-Naftali

Gallery, David Zwirner Gallery, Hauser & Wirth Gallery, Microscope Gallery, Essex Flowers Gallery,  NYU, Tufts University, SUNY at Purchase, Children’s Museum of the Arts,

Columbus Theater (Providence), Here Theater, Knockdown Center, Knitting Factory,

Radiator Gallery, Harpy Gallery, CFCP Gallery, Secret Project Robot, Elsewhere, Trans

Pecos, Synesthesia, Sunview Luncheonette, the Abasement,

Downtown Music Gallery, The Glove, 411 Kent, Synesthesia, and various other venues. I sometimes play secret

shows at public spaces in New York City.