Embracing mankind in a phenomenological sense, Qian Qian’s work awakens the (human) spirits through constructed situations and empathized material. Relations are automatically generated where there are humans and as a type of psychological acknowledgement, spiritual being can be created therefrom. The assembled space, cosmopolitan, cities, local library, exhibition space or the Internet, provides a context where relations can be guided and reformed. Her medium varies from social practice, interactive installation to painting.
Qian Qian (b.1990, China), graduated in 2018 from MFA Fine Art in Goldsmiths, University of London. Her past exhibitions include: Mother Art Prize group exhibition, Zabludowicz Collection, London (2023), Embryos, solo exhibition in West Norwood Project Space, London (2020); Syncopes, Mimosa House (2021); FBA Futures, Mall Galleries, London (2019); Lodger, Westminster Library, London(2017); ...And To Dust All Return, Unna Way, Huddersfield (2016). She is the recipient of the 2023 Mother Art Prize Online Award and was shortlisted for FBA Futures in 2019. Qian Qian now lives and works in London.