Caison Wang (b. 1991, Guangdong) graduated from Hubei Institute of Fine Arts with a B.F.A. in 2015 and received her M.F.A. from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2019. Her practice explores globalization, cultural hierarchies, Asian identity, as well as the social and philosophical geneses of contemporary beliefs. Using a vast range of materials including painting, sculpture, and 3D modeling, Wang navigates the physical and virtual as a visual explorer and conveys a grand narrative via her works.
Wang’s recent solo exhibitions include Hyperland, DE SARTHE, Hong Kong, China (2023); Pantheism, 2xGuan Contemporary Art Space, Luoyang, China (2021); Unconscious Hierarchy, Swatch Art Center, Peace Hotel, Shanghai, China (2019); and Unconscious Hierarchy, Trios Gallery, Atlanta, USA (2019). Her recent group exhibitions include Metaphor and Gaze, LA VIE Art Center for Material Living, Shenzhen, China (2022); Metamorphoses of Nature – Patterns and Spatiotemporal Orders of Mythology, Yuheng Museum, Guangzhou, China (2022); One Ton Project, Beijing Design Week, Beijing, China (2021); Boolean Existence, Galley Gallery, Shanghai, China (2021); Contemporary Digital Art Fair (CADAF), New York, USA (2020); Luscious Relics, PLAZZA DI SANT’EGIDIO, Rome, Italy (2019); and more.
Caison Wang now lives and works in Shanghai.