Born in Guangzhou, and living as a nomad in New York, London, and Hong Kong, Anlan Huang (Yasmine) is an artist and writer. She received her BA (Hons) in Creative Media from City University of Hong Kong, an MA from the University of Hong Kong, and an MFA degree from Parsons School of Design.
As an active human observer, Yasmine wanders among poetry, philosophy, and underground culture, fascinated by undetermined anecdotes and myths. She plays with her multiple personas and combines moving images, installations, and performances by mirroring her trauma to a broader context of cultural studies, to transcribe the co-existing love and hurt.
Her works have been exhibited internationally, including International Studio & Curatorial Program (USA, 2022), LATITUDE Gallery (USA, 2022), Power Station of Art (CN, 2021), Tabula Rasa Gallery (CN, 2021), Waley Art(Taiwan, 2021), Ars Electronica (Austria, 2020), Floating Projects (Hong Kong, 2019). She’s also awarded residencies in Wassaic Project (USA), Anderson Ranch Arts Center (USA), Penland School of Craft (USA), and SpeakAIR (Canada).