Wenxuan Wang (1996, China) is a London based artist, working on photography and mixed media.
The central themes of her works include the absence, the distortion of dynamic memory, and the return of repression in the unconscious.
Could archive, history and identity be the pillars of re-construct a narrative of alienation?
Communication University of China - BA Photography (2014 - 2018)
Shih Hsin University - Exchange Project (2017)
Royal College of Art - MA Photography (2019 - 2021)
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Hide and Seek VOL.6 curated by Banshan Gallery, Japan, 2021(upcoming)
Mojo, Charta Festival, Roma, Italy 2021 (17- 25 July)
After The High Tide, Cromwell Place, London, UK,2021
Selected RCA 2021 Graduates, Dyson Gallery, London, UK, 2021
Walls All Around, Fusion, Nottingham, UK, 2021
Final, Not Over -again, Unit 1 Gallery, London, UK, 2021
Always Present, Void Collective, Online, 2021
36th Annual Open Exhibition, Southwark Park Gallery, London, UK, 2020
WIP Show, Royal College of Art, London, UK, 2020
Lines Between, Bow Arts R.A.W Labs, London, UK, 2018
ARCHIVE, China Media Museum, Beijing, China,2018
Pingyao International Photography Festival, Pingyao, China, 2017
Mojo curated by Yogurt Magazine
The New Photography Prize, Eoin Dara judge and part of Simon Bishop’s collection - Winner, 2021