Wanwu Practice Group
Contemporary Art and Ecology in East Asia
Special issue of Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, co-edited by Zheng Bo and Sohl Lee, 2016.
Bringing the Tangible into the Virtual: Preserving Human-silkworm Collaboration
Article co-authored by Eugenia Kim and Feixuan Xu; presented and published in the Proceedings of EVA London 2019.
The Esculentist Movement Revisited: Famine Foods and Human Wellness
Article by Sarah Huang; presented at conference "Nature of Health, Health of Nature" in Beijing, and "Art in the Anthropocene" in Dublin, both in 2019.
In collaboration with Daimao Xuan WONG, 2019.
This work was inspired by Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle’s weddings to Earth. It's a pre-wedding photoshoot. The "bride" interacts with her "spouse" through senses. This work explores sexual materiality in more-than-human natural world. The practice aims to deconstruct heteronormative structure of gender and physicality of intercourse of human beings.
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