Yuan Xin 辛元
(She/Her) ‘s creations span various mediums and themes, from printed materials to immersive 3D videos, exploring the reexamination of memory, dream, female identity, and the unseen beyond the surface of the human experience. Her work invites viewers into virtual landscapes, often integrating montage, theatrical environments, and metaphorical concepts into her presentation, or referencing works of Chinese literature. She tracks forms of feeling and communicating hidden behind social constructs and digital cognition, unfolding into sensitive and often somber narratives.



Hetu Luoshu/河图洛书

Hetu Luoshu is a description and interpretation of the origins of the Hetu and Luoshu patterns in China. The River Map (He Tu) is a set of nine squares representing the Nine Heavens and Eight Earths, while the Luo Book (Luo Shu) is a set of binary hexagrams that can be used for divination.
Inject print, 8.35in * 4.1in