Pu Yingwei, born in 1989, Lives and works in Beijing, DNSEP (MFA with Félicitation du jury) from École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Lyon. The artist is revisiting and parodying political and historical text in a personal way through his practice of various forms, including exhibition, writing, publishing and lecturing, and working in his writing of a nonfictional autobiography the narratives that involve such broad topics as race, country, language and colonization. Pu Yingwei tries to describe in his works the intertextuality and mutual clarification between China’s domestic situations and other cultural contexts.
Born in 1986 in Xi'an, currently works and lives in Beijing. In 2017, Yan Zhou hold his solo exhibition Yan Zhou: Where to Begin? at OCAT Xi’an. In 2019, he hold his solo exhibition Yan Zhou: Coping mechanism at Mocube, Beijing. Recent exhibitions include: The Lonely Spirit, Beijing Inside-Out Art Museum, 2018; Mapping the City: A Vision of History and Xi’an, OCAT Xi’an, 2018; New Video in China: New Attitude Since 2010, OCAT Anren, 2018.
Zhang Zhizhou (b.1985, Beijing, China) was graduated from Beijing International Studies University（BA in Law） and University for the Creative Arts in Rochester UK (MA in Photography). He currently works as freelance photographer, artist and writer. His recent work focuses on the complex relationship of the languages of photography and the experiences of seeing.
Wang Huan is a Beijing-based writer and curator. He has tried practising a kind of anti-stylistic writing and has published a series of art reviews in various public media such as ARTFORUM, LEAP Magazine, Jiazazhi Magazine, Art World Magazine, ARTSHARD and Ray Art Center’s Reviews. He won the first prize of the 5th International Award for Art Criticism ( IAAC ) in 2018. He won the PSA 2019 Emerging Curators Project with the curatorial proposal Sunset on a Dead End: The Notorious and Their Inexplicable Modes of Existence in 2019. His curatorial project The Story of Finding Differences was shortlisted for the OCAT Institute "Research-based Curatorial Project" in 2019.