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Yasmine Anlan Huang is an artist and writer who's used to the constant migration. She narrates like an exhibitionist, performs like a masochist, makes objects like a hoarder and survives like a prepper. Siming, whose name is derived from the Chinese transliteration of “Yasmine,” serves as the sole protagonist in all of her work, acting as a surrogate for her hyper-vulnerability and endless agony. With diverse references from news, pop culture, and literature, she employs the power of storytelling to investigate the power dynamic of love and the unloved.
Yasmine's works have been exhibited, screened, and performed internationally, including HART Haus (Hong Kong, 2022), 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) and * Three Shadows Photography Art Centre (CN, 2019). She’s also awarded residencies in Wassaic Project (USA,2023), Penland School of Craft (USA, 2022), and SpeakAIR (Canada, 2020). She's the author of Love of the Colonizer (Accent Sisters, USA, 2022), and other writings can be found in Heichi Magazine, p-articles, SAMPLE Mag. 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 from Parsons School of Design.
* solo exhibition **Full CV upon request