Chando Ao,  I’m a fish , 2019. Installation (fish, pebble, acrylic tank, all-directional motion base, camera vision motion tracking system, python, circuit board, battery), 39cm x 45cm. Courtesy of the artiste and YveYANG Gallery.

Chando Ao, I’m a fish, 2019. Installation (fish, pebble, acrylic tank, all-directional motion base, camera vision motion tracking system, python, circuit board, battery), 39cm x 45cm. Courtesy of the artiste and YveYANG Gallery.

Chando Ao and Wang Ye

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BIOGRAPHY

The practice of Chando Ao (b. 1990) focuses on making machinery works that distributes a sensory experience to its audience. In experiencing this unique sensation that the artist has created and directed, the audience simultaneously obtains a new connection to the existing world.

Wang Ye works on multi-media projects that combine video, sculpture, handicraft, and installation. He draws inspirations from folk art as cultural heritage often reveals how aesthetic and value form and evolve. Previously, the artist has learnt the traditional fishing net knitting from his hometown and is currently studying Hunan embroidery.