In Tate Liverpool


Cao Fei (Chinese: 曹斐; born 1978) is a Chinese multimedia artist born in Guangzhou. Cao's work, which includes video, performance, and digital media, examines the daily life of Chinese citizens born after the Cultural Revolution. Some of her work is owned and displayed by The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

Her work explores China's widespread internet culture as well as the border between dream and reality. Cao has captured the rapid social and cultural transformation of contemporary China, highlighting the impact of foreign influences from the USA and Japan.

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Cao Fei Whose Utopia?




Artists' Perspectives: Sensation and Chinese Contemporary Art 1999–2000 by Cao Fei

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