Wuchao Feng (b.1998) is a Chinese artist who is currently studying at the Royal College of Art. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2020. Through the use of natural metaphors, particularly water, she advocates for a new definition of identity as a fluid state in her art practice. She is interested in the natural industries that were once thriving but have now gradually declined due to urbanization in her hometown. She finds solace in the tranquil embodiment of water, a form of oceanic therapy that soothes her soul and helps her recognize the unbreakable bond between herself and nature.
Her works have been exhibited at Paris, Texas, SOKA Art (2023), EXPO Chicago (2022), Artworks Open, Barbican Arts Group Trust (2022), Maritime Asia, Rockbund Art Museum (2022), Art Nova 100 Annual Exhibition, Guardian Art (2021), CRASSH 20th Anniversary Exhibition, University of Cambridge (2021), Cladogram: 2nd KMA International Juried Biennial (2021), Camera USA® 2019: National Photography Exhibition and Award, Florida (2019).