Lu Yang

<p>Lu Yang was born in Shanghai and lives and works in Shanghai and Beijing. She completed her Bachelor of Arts as well as her Masters of Arts in the New Media Art Department at the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou, near Shanghai. Lu Yang’s multimedia works explore neuroscience, mortality, and religion. Her imagery borrows equally from pop culture, religion, and technology.<br><br>Lu Yang’s recent solo exhibitions include Electromagnetic Brainology, me Nue, Hamburg; Electromagnetic Brainology, Spiral, Tokyo; Encephalon Heaven, M woods Museum, Beijing; and Delusional Mandala, MOCA Cleveland. She has participated in group exhibitions at MAXXI (National Museum of XXI Arts), Video Gallery, Rome; Museum Centre del Carme, Valencia; The Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv; Salzburger Kunstverein, Austria; Hong Kong Arts Centre; National Taiwan museum of Fine Arts, Taichung; and San Francisco Art Institute.</p>