Haixin Wang is a London-based artist from Zhejiang China. Born in 2000, having completed a BA Fine Art degree at Chinese Culture University, Taiwan in 2021 and now finished two year postgraduate course at the Royal College of Art Sculpture department, London. Her works mainly include multimedia installations, performances, and digital images. She focuses on exploring the performative nature of sculpture, and forms her sculpture language with interactive and experimental artistic expressions. Her work is based on skepticism and criticism of cognition, including culture, social identity, and cosmic cognition. Artist explores how the self and the viewer can interpret these doubts objectively. The medium of her works is usually dominated by industrial artifacts, which give her works a strange vitality. Humor is an integral part of her works, which is an artist’s attitude towards phenomena, cult and dark humor become the main weapon in her works.
As my title states, my research topic revolves around the dehumanization.
I hope to present complex systems characterized by various life forms, inanimate things and technologies. I combine natural and man-made elements to present invisible structures in daily life in an absurd symbiosis. I combined a variety of post-industrial artifacts, that is, inanimate substances, such as acrylic water pipes, metal pipes, silicone products, and mechanical installation. I hope to get rid of the perspective of anthropocentrism and transform human ideology into a broader life and existence. Explore their symbiotic relationship through interpenetration, synthesis, and recombination, and endow a strange vitality. The vitality brought by an inorganic substance, I call it a means of embodiment.