aaajiao, The Screen Generation, solo exhibition at K11 Art, 2013
aaajiao, The Screen Generation, solo exhibition at K11 Art, 2013.
aaajiao, Bots, 2017-2018
aaajiao, Bots, 2017-2018. Installation view. PVC inflatables. Dimension variable
aaajiao, Gfwlist, 2010
aaajiao, Gfwlist, 2010.
aaajiao, Karesansui, 2015. KeeClub. Photo credit JJYPHOTO
aaajiao, Karesansui, 2015. KeeClub. Photo credit JJYPHOTO.
Installation view - aaajiao, Remnants of an Electronic Past, 2011
aaajiao, Remnants of an Electronic Past, 2011. Installation view.
aaajiao (China) is an artist whose works are marked by a strong dystopian awareness, literati spirits and sophistication. Many of aaajiao’s works speak to new thinkings, controversies, and phenomenon around the Internet, with specific projects focusing on the processing of data, the blogsphere and China’s Great Fire Wall. aaajiao’s recent projects extend his practice to various disciplines (among them, architecture, topography, and design) to capture the pulse of the young generation consuming cyber technology and living in social media.
During his Delfina residency aaajiao intends to learn about the art system in London as well as continuing to advance new work – projects on attention and emotions.
aaajiao’s work has been featured in numerous exhibitions around the world, upcoming and recent shows include: Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today, The Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, Boston (2018); unREAL, Haus der elektronischen Künste, Basel (2017); Shanghai Project Part II, Shanghai (2017); Temporal Turn: Art and Speculation in Contemporary Asia, Spencer Museum of Art, Kansas (2016); Take Me (I’m Yours) (curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Jens Hoffmann and Kelly Taxter), Jewish Museum, New York (2016); Overpop, Yuz Museum, Shanghai (2016); Hack Space (curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Amira Gad), K11 Art Foundation Pop-up Space, Hong Kong and chi K11 art museum, Shanghai (2016); Globale: Global Control and Censorship, ZKM | Centre for Art and Media, Karlsruhe (2015); Thingworld International Triennial of New Media Art, The National Art Museum of China, Beijing (2014); and Transmediale, Berlin (2010). His solo exhibitions includes: Remnants of an Electronic Past, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester (2016); and OCAT Contemporary Art Terminal Xi’an, Xi’an (2016).
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