Lu Yang presents solo exhibition at Beijing’s M Woods opening in October and running to February, 2018.
Showing three new commissions as well as a selection of earlier works, the artist will install a body of sculpture and video that brings together her “inter-disciplinary research into neuroscience and cross-cultural religious iconography.”
Influenced by the language of Japanese video games, she uses personal mythology to transcend conceptions of gender and nationality. In an aqnb feature on Beijing-based artists, Anna-Viktoria Eschbach describes her practice as “boundary-pushing multimedia works that explore neuroscience, mortality and religion.”
Visit the M Woods website for details.**
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