Fang Di, a Chinese artist, works in Shenzhen, China and Port Moresby, capital of Papua New Guinea. His works expresses personal attitudes while exploring the process of urbanization. He is interested in social practice, and often re-finds his identity and involves personal identity into the actual creation. His works often uses a variety of artistic languages to explore the entanglement and significance of urban life, and reflects the rapid and chaotic social changes.
Zheng Yuan, born in 1988, was graduated from Art Institute of Chicago in 2015 with an art master’s degree of film, video and new media. His work focuses on the image and its reproduction and the embed politics, history and technology. The exhibitions he took part in include: "Suspense - Sun Kiosk program", Taikang Space, Beijing, 2017; “ART SANYA: Hua Yu Youth Award”, Yalong Bay Hua Yu Art Center, Sanya, 2017; "The ecstasy of time", He Ningxiang Art Museum, Shenzhen, 2017; “A world map that does not contain utopias is not even worth a glimpse”, Beijing Commune, Beijing, 2017; the 55th Ann Arbor Film Festival, Ann Arbor, the US, 2017; An Open Studio, PRACTICE, New York, 2016; European Media Art Festival, Osnabrück, Germany, 2016.