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Cici Wu, Belonging and Difference, Empty Gallery, 2023. Photo: Michael Yu

Cici Wu, Belonging and Difference, Empty Gallery, 2023. Photo: Michael Yu

Cici Wu, The Unfinished Return of Yu-Man Hon, 2019 (still)

Tsaiyun (Rosy-Cloud) Bridge / Forget Each Other in the Rivers and Lakes, Cici Wu with Chan Hau Chun & Chui Chi Yin, Taro Masushio, Xiaofei Mo, Park Xun, Fai Wan, Emilia Wang. Hordaland Kunstsenter, 2023. Curated by Mathijs van Geest.

Tsaiyun (Rosy-Cloud) Bridge / Forget Each Other in the Rivers and Lakes, Cici Wu with Chan Hau Chun & Chui Chi Yin, Taro Masushio, Xiaofei Mo, Park Xun, Fai Wan, Emilia Wang. Hordaland Kunstsenter, 2023. Curated by Mathijs van Geest.

Accepts Forgetting, As Well As Remembering 01, 2022, on view at Loong Mah; New York, Entre centre et absence, curated by Olivia Shao, 2022.

Installation view of Daily Pictures, Each Modern, Taipei, curated by Alex Jen, 2023.

Unfinished Return of Yu Man Hon, 2019. Installation view, 11th Seoul Mediacity Biennale: One Escape at a Time, Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA), 2021. Curated by Yung Ma.

Cici Wu, installation view of ‘Unfinished Return’, Empty Gallery, 2019

Cici Wu, installation view of ‘Unfinished Return’, Empty Gallery, 2019

Cici Wu, installation view of ‘Lantern Strike (Strong Loneliness)’, 47 Canal, 2021
Courtesy of the artist and 47 Canal, New York
Photo: Joerg Lohse

Cici Wu, installation view of ‘Lantern Strike (Strong Loneliness)’, 47 Canal, 2021
Courtesy of the artist and 47 Canal, New York
Photo: Joerg Lohse

Cici Wu, installation view of ‘Lantern Strike (Strong Loneliness)’, 47 Canal, 2021
Courtesy of the artist and 47 Canal, New York
Photo: Joerg Lohse

Cici Wu, installation view of ‘Lantern Strike (Strong Loneliness)’, 47 Canal, 2021
Courtesy of the artist and 47 Canal, New York
Photo: Joerg Lohse

Cici Wu, installation view of Upon Leaving the White Dust, 47 Canal, 2018
Courtesy of the artist and 47 Canal, New York

Cici Wu lives and works in New York and Hong Kong. She received her BA from the City University of Hong Kong, and MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. She has had solo exhibitions at 47 Canal, New York (2021, 2018); Empty Gallery, Hong Kong (2019); a collaborative exhibition at Hordaland Kunstsenter, Norway in 2023; and has participated in group exhibitions at the Drawing Center, New York (2023, 2020), CAPC Musée d’art Contemporain de Bordeaux, France (2022), Para Site Hong Kong (2021, 2018), among others. She has participated in the 11th Seoul Mediacity Biennale (2021) and the Yokohama Triennial 2020 Episōdo 02 (2020).

CURRENT:

Pathway of Life, Outside Art Space, Beijing
February 16 – April 15, 2024

u – New Project Spaces
Eyrie Alzate, Jason de Haan, Nancy Lupo, Na Mira, Malcolm Mooney, Yuki Okumura, Hikari Ono, Francesca Percival, Bea Schlingelhoff, Jo-ey Tang, Cici Wu, Bruno Zhu and u
Opening February 23, 2024
Kunsthalle Zürich

Recent Press:
Tiffany Leung, “Cici Wu: Of Light and Shadow”, ArtAsiaPacific, issue 136, Nov/Dec 2023
Aaina Bhargava, “Artist Cici Wu on experimentation, how politics and the pandemic have fuelled her work“, Tatler
Qu Chang, “Tsaiyun (Rosy-Cloud) Bridge“, Artforum China