Shuo Zhang was born in China. After graduating from the Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts with a degree in Arts and Crafts (Metal and Jewelry), she pursued intensive studies in ceramic art at the Royal College of Art. Her work aims to reflect the correlation between the evolution of her personal spiritual world and the social changes surrounding her. By blending abstract and grotesque figurative creations with her own experiences, she expresses and composes her inner world using a unique language.
My creations come from within myself. It is my fundamental desire to gradually understand and contemplate my existence in the world of creation.
This world is a marvelous and chaotic space, where numerous fragmented versions of myself coexist.
Within my intricate mental realm, I conceal my pain, confusion, anxiety, and joy.
I enjoy employing colors and common symbols to deconstruct my mental world—spherical polka dots, enclosed lines, and open eyes, along with distorted faces arranged and rearranged in a liberated manner. These unexpected images give birth to seemingly familiar yet unfamiliar versions of myself. As I continue to create infinitely, my presence feels like a fog dispersing into every corner of the world, gradually becoming clear and radiant. They emerge from the blurry corners and gradually gain clarity.
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