Wang Sishun

Wang Sishun is one of the leading contemporary young artists in China, his practice includes sculpture, installation, video and other media. His works convey a particular reading to material and spaces, always challenging and experimenting new possibilities.

Spirit, desire, time and space are recurrent topics in Wang Sishun’s works. In his works spatial distance and time are interchanged, creating a temporal vector. His recent solo exhibitions include: Truth (MadeIn Gallery, 2014); The Indeterminate Boundless (Goethe Open Space, Shanghai, China, 2013); Liminal Space (Long March Space, Beijing, China, 2012); Wrong body (Galleria Dell’ Arco, Shanghai, China, 2011); Top of Dopamine (Taikang Space, Beijing, China, 2010). Group exhibitions include: The 8 of Paths: Art in Beijing, (Uferhallen, Berlin, Germany, 2014); 2nd CAFAM Biennale: The Invisible Hand: Curating as Gesture (Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum, Beijing, China, 2014); Entangled Particles (Saint Mary`s University Art Gallery, Halifax, Canada, 2013); ON/OFF: China’s young Artists in Concept and Practice (UCCA, Beijing, China, 2013).