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Wujian Wang

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I am a visual and conceptual artist who breaks barriers among people and helps the lost recall intimate feelings and walk out of their interior camouflage. In my photography, I recall the conscious and unconscious moments in daily life that are humorous, sensual, and spontaneously performed, and I show people how beautiful and powerful their bodies can be and free them from conventional social rules. My artwork focuses on conveying emotions and unearthing intimate feelings. 

Technology blinds us with overwhelming constant images and news. Global Pandemic isolate individuals and challenges the traditional social methods. Because of this people start to fail to connect physically and emotionally. Others hide deeply and build firm boundaries between each other. Studying abroad without having any Chinese family members in the U.S. increases my sense of isolation and awareness of barriers. Since friendships here have been difficult to build, there has been an increase in people connecting in my response. The result is to begin paying deep attention to my surroundings people and still life. Exploring & animating conscious and unconscious still life help me create friendship bounds with my surroundings and decipher hidden feelings. By doing so, I evoke people’s intimate and genuine emotions such as true happy, lost, gloomy, shy, or vulnerable. 

COVID-19 Broken Hearts I
The novel coronavirus is a global pandemic. This new type of virus has infected over 2 million people in four months and has caused thousands of horrible chain reactions that include medical supply shortage, forced home isolation and temporary business shut downs. This COVID_19 series contains five photographs that address wildlife protection, forced isolation, and panic embedded in individuals. By juxtaposing different wild animals and models, COVID_19 series helps people to think about how people should treat and protect wild animals. Self made face masks on the models reveal the emergent medical supply shortage world-wide. By portraying sadness, fear, terror, absurdity, and dark humor, this surreal manifesto raises vital conversations around coronavirus, wildlife animals, and human community through an unconventional vision.
COVID-19 Broken Hearts II
The novel coronavirus is a global pandemic. This new type of virus has infected over 2 million people in four months and has caused thousands of horrible chain reactions that include medical supply shortage, forced home isolation and temporary business shut downs. This COVID_19 series contains five photographs that address wildlife protection, forced isolation, and panic embedded in individuals. By juxtaposing different wild animals and models, COVID_19 series helps people to think about how people should treat and protect wild animals. Self made face masks on the models reveal the emergent medical supply shortage world-wide. By portraying sadness, fear, terror, absurdity, and dark humor, this surreal manifesto raises vital conversations around coronavirus, wildlife animals, and human community through an unconventional vision.
COVID-19 Broken Hearts III
The novel coronavirus is a global pandemic. This new type of virus has infected over 2 million people in four months and has caused thousands of horrible chain reactions that include medical supply shortage, forced home isolation and temporary business shut downs. This COVID_19 series contains five photographs that address wildlife protection, forced isolation, and panic embedded in individuals. By juxtaposing different wild animals and models, COVID_19 series helps people to think about how people should treat and protect wild animals. Self made face masks on the models reveal the emergent medical supply shortage world-wide. By portraying sadness, fear, terror, absurdity, and dark humor, this surreal manifesto raises vital conversations around coronavirus, wildlife animals, and human community through an unconventional vision.
COVID-19 Broken Hearts IV
The novel coronavirus is a global pandemic. This new type of virus has infected over 2 million people in four months and has caused thousands of horrible chain reactions that include medical supply shortage, forced home isolation and temporary business shut downs. This COVID_19 series contains five photographs that address wildlife protection, forced isolation, and panic embedded in individuals. By juxtaposing different wild animals and models, COVID_19 series helps people to think about how people should treat and protect wild animals. Self made face masks on the models reveal the emergent medical supply shortage world-wide. By portraying sadness, fear, terror, absurdity, and dark humor, this surreal manifesto raises vital conversations around coronavirus, wildlife animals, and human community through an unconventional vision.
COVID-19 V
The novel coronavirus is a global pandemic. This new type of virus has infected over 2 million people in four months and has caused thousands of horrible chain reactions that include medical supply shortage, forced home isolation and temporary business shut downs. This COVID_19 series contains five photographs that address wildlife protection, forced isolation, and panic embedded in individuals. By juxtaposing different wild animals and models, COVID_19 series helps people to think about how people should treat and protect wild animals. Self made face masks on the models reveal the emergent medical supply shortage world-wide. By portraying sadness, fear, terror, absurdity, and dark humor, this surreal manifesto raises vital conversations around coronavirus, wildlife animals, and human community through an unconventional vision.
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Wujian Wang (b. Xi’an, China 1996) is a digital art educator, sound designer, photographer, and visual artist who captures the conscious and unconscious moments that are tragic, profound, and ongoing events related to evoke resonance and deep thinking. His artwork has been exhibited in over ten group shows in the United States and China, including sound design for Harvard University Chinese Media Lab’s project, Digital Luoyang, the Remedy 拾遗exhibition in 1862 Theater in Shanghai, MICA GRADSHOW2021 in Maryland Institute College of Art, LED Baltimore Billboard Show at Baltimore Pennsylvania station, Asian North 2020 Exhibition in Towson University, Solo Exhibition Breaking Barriers in Byers Gallery in Columbus College of Art & Design, and Young Artist 7 group show in Sean Christopher Gallery, Columbus, Ohio. When he is off work, you will probably find him training in the gym, cooking authentic Asian food or traveling to charming nature worldwide. 

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Isle of Wight

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