Ziquan Wang currently lives and works in Shanghai. He graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts (China) with a B.A. degree in sculpture in 2017 and from the Royal College of Art with an M.A. degree in 2019. Wang’s practice is rooted in his unique observation and understanding of the Internet and the virtual world, exploring the threshold values between virtuality and reality, and using 3D software to imitate the absurdity in the physical world. By using narrative computer images, he copies and pastes between virtual and real spaces.

Solo exhibition and project include: “Psycho Path”, QIAO SPACE, Shanghai(2023); “Creatures of the Air”, MadeIn Gallery, Shanghai (2022); “Habits of Ancient Deities”, HELLERAU European Centre for the Arts, Dresden, Germany (2022). Selected group exhibitions include: “Demonstration: The Art of Decision-Making Techniques”, Fosun Foundation, Shanghai (2023); “Looking at the Stars”, G Museum, Nanjing (2023); “Scare the Muggles”, By Art Matters, Hangzhou (2023); “Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture”, Shenzhen (2022); “Perfect Partner in the Near Future”, YUELAI Art Museum, Chongqing (2022); “The Disconnected Generation”, Song Art Museum, Beijing (2022); “Tangle of Revolution and Political Soul”, Space & Gallery Association, Shanghai (2021); “Video AI Plaza”, West Bund Art Center, Shanghai (2021); “Universal Serial Bus”, MadeIn Gallery, Qiao Space, Shanghai (2021); “Hereditary Territory”, Power long Museum, Shanghai (2021); “Ensemble Urbain”, APS Museum, Shanghai (2020); “The Picture Is Not At Ease”, MadeIn Gallery, Shanghai (2020); “Kung Fu or Disco?”, Wooton Gallery, Changsha, Hunan (2020); “Illusive Particles”, MadeIn Gallery, Shanghai (2020); “Art Nova 100”, Guardian Art Center, Beijing (2019); “Fragmentation”, The Coningsby Gallery, London (2019); “Material Statement”, Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art, London (2019). He was shortlisted for the Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize in 2020 and received the NOWNESS short film awards in 2022.