Qian Qian (b. 1990, Ganzhou, Jiangxi, China) graduated from Goldsmiths’ College of University of London with a master’s degree. She currently lives in London. Qian explores human spirituality and transcendence in the man-made technosphere and the wider natural world. Through paintings and interactive installations, she develops a narrative and aesthetic framework combining the two seemingly distinct spheres of mythology and science. Her practice delves into themes of quantum consciousness, interconnectedness, oneness, transhumanism and cultural hybridity, bridging the understanding of ancient belief systems and modern science.

Her recent solo exhibitions include: “In Her Landscape”, Lychee One, London, 2023; “Metempsychosis”, Richard Saltoun Gallery, London, 2023; Group exhibitions include: “Ode to the Unexpected”, MadeIn Gallery, Shanghai, 2024; “Come Closer”, Indigo+Madder, London, 2023; X Museum Triennial, X Museum, Beijing, 2023; Mother Art Prize, Zabludowicz Collection, London, 2023; “Syncopes”, Mimosa House, London, 2020; “Embryos”, West Norwood Project Space, London, 2019; “FBA Futures”, Mall Galleries, London, 2019; Goldsmiths MFA Graduation Show, London, 2018; “Lodger”, Westminster Library, London, 2017; “…And To Dust All Return”, Unna Way, Huddersfield, 2016. She was awarded as Mother Art Prize Online Award in 2023, DYCP Round 15 by Arts Council England in 2019, and shortlisted for FBA Futures in 2019.