WangShui is a New York-based studio that uses moving images, installation, and architecture to explore contemporary notions of desire. The work often restages image technologies to locate intimacy, autonomy, and sanctuary.
WangShui has exhibited and screened work internationally at venues including the JULIA STOSCHEK COLLECTION, New York Film Festival, Venice Architecture Biennale, SculptureCenter, EMPAC, and The Shed. WangShui’s work is in the permanent collection of The Whitney Museum of American Art.
From Its Mouth Came a River of High-End Residential Appliances / 2017-2018
Beneath the History and Science of men is the multiplicity of mythologies, alive with androgynous demigods and cross- gender reveries. In a lyrically confessional video essay, WangShui relays the edicts of feng shui and creatures in The Classic of Mountains and Seas, as their drone camera flies through the orifices in Hong Kong’s residential buildings.