Shuang li


    Shuang Li (b.1990, Wuyi Mountains, China). She received her MA in Media Studies from New York University in 2014.

    Shuang Li currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany and Geneva, Switzerland. Situated in globalized communication systems and inspired by various localities and uneven information flows, Li Shuang’s work, which encompass performance, interactive websites, sculpture and moving image installations, studies various mediums composing the contemporary digital landscape. Crucial to this practice is the interaction between the medium and its users as well as amongst the mediums themselves. These diverse forms of intimacy form a motif that runs through the artist’s practice, as she explores how various forms of technology bring us into contact, and how they form part of a neoliberal apparatus that regulates the body and desire. Yet her focus is not limited to the virtual, the material lives of those digital landscapes are also included, such as the infrastructure and logistics systems that support it, and more importantly, the cracks in between.

    Recent solo exhibitions: I’m Not, Swiss Institute, New York, US(2024); Forever, Peres Projects, Milan, IT(2023); Death Star, Galeria Madragoa, Lisbon, PT(2023); nobody’s home, Peres Projects, Berlin, DE(2022); Among Us, Cherish, Geneva, Switzerland (2021); Exit Wound, Callie’s, Berlin, Germany (2020); I Want to Sleep More but by Your Side, Peres Projects, Berlin, Germany (2020); Intro to Civil War, Open Forum, Berlin, Germany (2019); If Only the Cloud Knows, Sleepcenter, New York, US (2018); Comment il s’appelle, Lab 47, Beijing, China (2016).

    Selected Group Exhibitions: Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement 2024 (BIM’24): A Cosmic Movie Camera, Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève, Geneva, CH(2024); Whitney Biennial 2024: Even Better Than the Real Thing, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, US(2024); Out of Place, Beijing Commune, Beijing, CN(2024); Cosmos Cinema: The 14th Shanghai Biennale, Power Station of Art, Shanghai, CN(2023); Inner Voices and Exterior Visions, Tate Modern, London, UK(2023); RAM Highlights 2022: The Good Life, Rockbund Art Museum, Shanghai, CN(2022); The Milk of Dreams, 59th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, Venice, IT(2022);  Where Jellyfish Come From, Antenna Space, Shanghai, China (2021); Utopia, Peres Projects, Berlin, Germany (2021); In the Labyrinth, Edouard Malingue Gallery, Shanghai, China (2021); Rockbund Art Museum X Para Site: Curtain, Para Site, Hong Kong, China (2021); Lemaniana: Reflections on Other Scenes, Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève, Geneva, Switzerland (2021); Same things make us laugh, make us cry, Body Archive Project, Zurich, Switzerland (2021); OCAT X KADIST Foundation – Emerging Media Artist Exhibition: Un/Conventional, OCAT, Shanghai, China (2020); Online: In this Layered World All Perception is Real, Kunstverein Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany (2020); We Came to Linger, All Club, Shanghai, China (2020); X Museum Triennial: How Do We Begin?, X Museum, Beijing, China (2020); Resistance of the Sleepers, UCCA Dune, Beidaihe, China (2020); One (Illegitimate) Child, International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP), New York, US (2020); Modes of Encounters: An Inquiry, Guangdong Times Museum, Guangzhou, China (2019); Buddhist Youth and Mild Protests, Goethe Institute, Beijing, China (2019); Up & Coming Sector: hic sunt leones, Beijing Gallery Weekend, Beijing, China (2019); Mao Jihong Arts Foundation X Centre Pompidou – Cosmopolis #1.5: Enlarged Intelligence, Chengdu, China (2018); Genders Engender, Taikang Space, Beijing, China (2018); Southern Climate, N3 Gallery, Beijing, China (2017); We Have Always Lived in the Future, Flux Factory, New York, US (2017); You Won’t Be Young Forever, No. 235 Guang Fu Road, Shanghai, China (2016); BAGISM, K11 Chi Art Museum, Shanghai, China (2016); Post Internet is Dead!, Oberlin College, Ohio State, US (2015).



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