An observer of life
b.1996, Liaoning, China
2015-2019 Jingdezhen Ceramic University， China ，BA
2021-2023 Royal College of Art， UK ，MA
Lulu Guan's study is based on the environment and social experiences in which she lives.
She is passionate about being a observer of the impact of information on the behaviour of the group, while also including an analysis of the individual self.
She explores multiple forms of art-making, considering both the identity of the work and the narratives generated by the surrounding environment.
Bricks make up buildings
Buildings make up communities
Communities make up cities
Cities make up countries
Countries make up societies
Newspapers are wrapped in plaster as bricks that neatly encase a television set showing a video.
When this information is manipulated by capital and government, the behaviour of the people and the social environment are thus affected by the invisible cocoon of information.
The people inside the cocoon chewed on their gum as if they were saying something unspeakable.
Cocoon is also an interactive artwork in which you can see yourself on the screen.
The 600 days of receipts are a figurative description of a person, they show the materialised figurative me
I was trying to find answers, I was lost, confused, overwhelmed
I didn't understand what the answer meant to me, I just wanted to find
I have found it!
Have I really found it?
It was already there, only to be seen, not to be accessed
It undergoes a brief stay, skips the experience
It exposes the cacophony of experience
The photos taken in China were stitched together and printed on a light veil，I carried it through the streets of London.
Recollection is the mental process of extracting information about the past with a strong personal touch.
When memories become tangible, the past and the present begin to communicate.
Different cultural information also begins to have an impact on the environment and behaviour in the present.