, born in the ‘90s in Suzhou, multi-disciplinary performance maker and researcher, with MA in Performance Making (Goldsmiths, University of London) and BA in literature and history of art (The University of Hong Kong), and a member of _ao_ao_ing ensemble. She shifts deftly between the artistic, technical, and theoretical aspects of performance. Her recent practices focus on reflecting on contemporary daily experience, exploring alternative angles and methods to understand and experience space and place, with an interest in the medium of sound to create liminal space in live art, and resisting dilemmas in the urban context.

Previous works include Gone with the Streets (YAV Creation Programme, Shenzhen, 2022), Satu, Dua, Tiga (1, 2, 3) (Teater Garasi residency, Yogyakarta, 2020), Floating Citizens (Camden Fringe, London, 2018), FLASHCARDS (PINEA-LINEA de Costa residency, Rota, 2017). Translation for theatre works into Chinese include Lungs (Duncan Macmillan), When Swallow Cry (Mike van Graan), I Disappear (Arne Lygre), Why Not Before (Liv Heløe, from English translation by Neil Howard), and Kafka's Ape (Guy Sprung).

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