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Fang Lu

  • Lu Fang grew up in a family of Chinese ink painters. Reacting to her upbringing upon exposure to video art, Lu decided to pursue art education in the United States in graphic design and new genres. Fang’s practice consists of video works that explore the way media and performance impact love and human relationships in desolate, insular environments such as deserts or abandoned museums. She often creates site-specific situations where she directs her actors to perform certain tasks or speak on a given theme, paying particular attention to female voice and subjectivity. Furthermore, the staging of her camera work zooms in on the way contemporary media dictate narrative creation that shifts incessantly between the domestic and the exotic, quotidian and supernatural.

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Lu Fang grew up in a family of Chinese ink painters. Reacting to her upbringing upon exposure to video art, Lu decided to pursue art education in the United States in graphic design and new genres. Fang’s practice consists of video works that explore the way media and performance impact love and human relationships in desolate, insular environments such as deserts or abandoned museums. She often creates site-specific situations where she directs her actors to perform certain tasks or speak on a given theme, paying particular attention to female voice and subjectivity. Furthermore, the staging of her camera work zooms in on the way contemporary media dictate narrative creation that shifts incessantly between the domestic and the exotic, quotidian and supernatural.