Jiali Chen is an interdisciplinary philosophical artist who explores the essential fusion of internal thinking in various disciplines, with art, philosophy, design, and literature as the main subjects. She perceives the Discipline as non-existent shells, and places the thinking within the disciplines into a chaotic and interconnected world, focusing on the essential connections between their thinking and giving them various combinations and tangible forms according to contexts.
She is concerned with the discovery and construction of new methodologies and perspectives, understanding things before nouns, and constantly constructing new definitions based on the friction between essences and contexts.
More than concrete places, she considers everything within the 'boundary' that doesn't know if it exists to be the habitat of her thoughts, the abstract and the figurative, the constructed and the unconstructed, the visible and the invisible, constituting the inaccessible "whole" to human beings. Straying from the blurred border between the known and the unknown, attempting to discover new things in the complex dimensions.
What is known is not certainly known; there is always an unknown within the known.
She attempts to use the vision, creativity, and imagination of art, the essence, structure, and logic of philosophy, the ability of design to relate to and influence reality, and the power of literature to communicate feelings to construct her experiments and practice in reality.
Jiali Chen graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Design School and the Royal College of Art in Information Experience Design.