Fan Xi graduated from the Sculpture Department of the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2009 and currently lives and works in Beijing. With a particular interest in the relations between objects and between space and people, she has attempted to revealing such relations to create new entries and form new layers, and thereby deconstructing the original concept of “objects”, which she uses as a vehicle to explore contemporary meanings of fantasy and reality, capture objects’ attention to the non-object world, such as status, relationship, situation, and time, just to name a few. Her works based on relations elevates a limited visual world to an infinite non-visual space.

 

Her recent shows include “When to sail?”solo exhibition (2020)Guang Dong Museum Of Art, Guang Zhou; L’s living room”(2020, Konfuzius-Institut Nurnberg-Erlangen , Nurnberg ; PEER TO PEER(2019), Shanghai Center of Photography; PEER TO PEER(2019), Open Eye GalleryLivepool; Have a Nice DAY!(2018), Room 105, Baishu Hutong, Dongcheng District, Beijing; After Sunset(2018), Gallery Liusa Wang, Pairs; The Same But Also Changed(2018), Shanghai Exhibition Center, Shanghai; Le déplacement ” solo exhibition (2018), Gallery Liusa Wang, Pairs; Bad New Days Ahead (2017), Tai Kang Space, Beijing;  As a Blue Sign (2017), Qi Mu Space, Beijing;   The Staged Club (2017), Hong Kun Museum of Fine Art, Beijing; A Scene · Being (2017) Institute for Provocation, Beijing; Art form Beijing (2017), S.E Gallery, Bergen; New Photography Choice(2017), la villa des arts, Paris; DistanciationDawan Art Foundation (2017), Paris; Reduction of Image” solo exhibition (2016), Yang Gallery, Beijing; We May Have Met Before-Chinese Contemporary Photography (2015), Foam Amsterdam, Amsterdam; Through the Body: Lens-based works by Contemporary Chinese Women Artists Through the Body: Lens-based works by Contemporary Chinese Women Artists (2014), the University of Toronto Art Centre, Toronto; The Black Dwarf/Part 2 (2014), Star Gallery, Beijing; The Black Dwarf/Part 1 (2013), Star Gallery, Beijing.