Shanghai-based video and film artist, writer, educator.

junyuan.feng@gmail.com

b. China, 1991

EDUCATION
University of Pennsylvania — MFA Fine Arts, 2018
Fudan University — BS Physics, 2015

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
2018 Finalist for Huayu Youth Award, Sanya, China
2018 Asia Culture Center Cinema Fund Grantee, Gwangju, South Korea
2018 Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship
2016 Laise Fine Arts Scholarship through University of Pennsylvania, School of Design

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2020 “An Impulse to Turn,” Inside-Out Art Museum, Beijing, China
2019 “Hic sunt leones,” 798 Art Center, Beijing, China
2018 “Condition,” Huayu Youth Award Finalist Exhibition, Huayu Art Center, Sanya, China
2018 “Steadfastly Raise the Standards in Nonproductive Construction,” DonGallery, Shanghai, China
2018 “Arc,” Photofair Shanghai, China
2018 “Building Code Violations III: Special Economic Zone,” Times Museum, Guangzhou, China
2018 “Parentheses,” David Nolan Gallery, New York, NY, US
2018 “Bild Build: MFA Thesis Exhibition,” Icebox Project Space, Philadelphia, PA, US
2018 “Double Vision,” FJORD Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, US
2016 “Individuating,” Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art Final Exhibition, Kunstreverein am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Berlin, DE

SCREENING
2019 “Two or Three Kinds of Heat,” N3 Gallery, Beijing, China
2018 “Two or Three Kinds of Heat,” Ming Contemporary Art Museum, Shanghai, China
2018 “Two or Three Kinds of Heat,” OCAT Institute, Beijing, China
2018 “World Park,” Lightbox Film Center, Philadelphia, PA

PERFORMANCES, PRESENTATIONS, CONFERENCES
2020 Talk at UC Berkeley New Media Working Group
2020 Talk at TBA21-Academy / Ocean Archive with Alvin Li
2020 “Jamming,” AM Art Space, Shanghai, China
2018 “From Cybernetic South to Special-Economic-Zone South,” Times Museum, Guangzhou, China
2018 “Recursions, Till the Sweet Spot,” Huayu Art Center, Sanya, China
2018 “Recursions, Till the Sweet Spot,” Long March Project Space, Beijing, China

CURATORIAL EXPERIENCE
2021 (upcoming) ”Liquid Ground,” co-curated with Alvin Li, ParaSite, Hong Kong
2019 “Whatever Works, Whatever It Takes,” co-curated with Zhihui Zhang, Goethe-Institut China, Beijing