Cui Jie graduated from China Academy of Art in 2006, currently lives and works in Shanghai. She has been included in Phaidon Press’s publication Vitamin P3. Her works have been placed into collection by various institution such as Centre Pompidou, Art Institute of Chicago, Astrup Fearnley Museum, Rubell Family Collection and The Kistefos Museum. Recent solo exhibitions include: To Make a Good Chair, Antenna Space, Shanghai, 2019; The Enormous Space, Cui Jie: Maison Fueter, OCAT, Shenzhen, 2018; Latter, Former, Mother’s Tankstation, Dublin, Ireland, 2016; Cui Jie: The Proposals For Old and New Urbanism and Cui Jie, both at Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai, 2014 and 2012. Her works have also been included in many exhibitions, among many others, An Opera for Animals, Para Site, Hong Kong, 2019;Cosmopolis #1.5: Enlarged Intelligence, Centre Pompidou & Mao Jihong Arts Foundation, Chengdu, China, 2018; Long March Project: Building Code Violations III - Special Economic Zone, Guangdong Time Museun, Guangzhou, China, 2018; FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art: An American City, Cleveland, US, 2018; Past Skin, MoMA PS1, New York, 2017; The New Normal: Art and China in 2017, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, 2017; Hack Space, curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Amira Gad, chi K11 art museum, Shanghai and K11 Art Foundation, Hong Kong, 2016; A Beautiful Disorder, CASS Sculpture Foundation, Chichester, 2016
Guan Xiao (b. 1983, Chongqing) studied film at the Communication University of China in Beijing. She has since held exhibitions at Bonner Kunstverein (2019); Kunsthalle Winterthur (2018); K11 Art Space, Shanghai; ICA, London; CAPC, Bordeaux and Jeu de Paume, Paris (all 2016). Her work has also been presented within significant group surveys including the 57th Venice Biennale (2017); the 9th Berlin Biennale (2016); 13th Biennale de Lyon (2015) and the New Museum Triennial, New York (2015).