Wenxuan Wang (b.1996, China) is a London based artist, working on photography and mixed media.
After completing her bachelor degree in the Communication University of China, she continues to develop her practice on MA photography at the Royal College of Art. Her work focuses on the absence, the distortion of dynamic memory, and the return of repression in the unconscious. Questioning if the archive, history and identity could be the pillars of reconstructing a narrative of alienation. Recent group exhibitions include Walls All Around, at Fusion, Nottingham(2021), Final, Not Over -again at Unit 1 Gallery, London(2021). Recent publications and features include Mojo curated by Yogurt Magazine(2021), L’essenziale studio(2021), Aint-bad(2021), Photography of China(2021), etc. The upcoming exhibition include After The High Tide at Cromwell Place, London(2021), Hide and Seek VOL.6 curated by Banshan Gallery, Japan.