Course: Visual Arts and Post-Contemporary Practice
For the last one-third of my 24 years, I’ve pursued an aggressive spirit affair with self-reliance and persevering. When people said to me that “you can’t make it”, these moments are my main sources of adrenaline, the truly addictive core of proving, trusting and identifying myself. I’m fascinated by all the moments that shine through my efforts.
My research question is to question my self-identity in between the intercultural background. Finding myself for me is an adventure, but I would recommend it to every intercultural generation. It takes away a lot from you but changes your life, and that's priceless. You would find your place, your tribe, your community, and you will thrive.
I want to become an independent curator and art industry/market practicer and intercultural educator. Practice-based experiences feed my exchange of knowledge and ideas and mirror my ongoing practices.
BA: Xuzhou University of Technology, visual communication