Fang was born in China, and has lived for a decade in Australia. After graduating from high school in Australia, Fang took a gap year in Jingdezhen and co-founded the design studio Kangxi Nanjing. As an interpreter for Professor Lubin, she contributed towards the world's first documentary on the origin and development of the ceramic slab building technique.
Fang completed a BA in Object Based Practice at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2018, focusing on exploring ceramics as a material, the constant attempt to challenge ceramics’ finishing point, and the dynamic between artists and audiences.
Fang came to the Royal College of Art in 2019, and has continued to refine their thinking in research based practice. Influenced by the restrictions of a world changed by the coronavirus pandemic, Fang has broadened their practice beyond studio based ceramics to include multimedia and cross discipline work, such as stop motion, video editing, music and sound design. Fang will continue with a Master of Research in Arts and Humanities at the Royal College of Art in 2021, to continue exploring the roles of physical and digital permanency in preserving the agency of clay.