Infected by Art Book - Volume 12

Dali Wu

Member Since December 2019


Artist: Dali Wu


About Dali Wu

Dali Wu is a multidisciplinary artist and currently doing her doctoral study in the “Study and practice of the Arts” at the University of Quebec in Montreal. She completed her master degree in fine arts (M.F.A) from Haute école des arts du Rhin, France.

Her focus has always been on the interdisciplinary aspects of art and their relation to the human condition and reality at large. She also focuses on the psychologico-cognitive aspects of the Digital Art. She combines visual art with tangible models and installations, to situate and simulate the real-world complexity from an (phenomenological) artistic angle, meanwhile interrogating the absurd ecologies of todayʼs society ethnicity, politics, etc. She regularly collaborates with artists, musicians and scientists in this context. Apart from the various international awards that she has received, she presented her art work in various exhibitions, art festivals and public spaces and have published papers in various influential art academic journals. The institutions that she has worked with include: Hunan Fine Arts Publishing House, Tsinghua University Press, Springer, hiiibrand, Tencent, Guokr, Nanjing Metro, leewiART, Disney, France ICCEAAC, Kunsthalle de Mulhouse, Canada Outremont Theatre, mtl en arts, Maison de la culture de Longueuil, Artothèque of Montréal, etc. Her work has been widely collected by people and included in the publications from all over the world. She writes a column introducing international art institutions in academic monthly “Fine Arts in China”. She edits a volume entitled “On Art and Science: Tango of an eternally inseparable duo", published in Springer, The frontiers collection, 2019, to study the interrelationship between art and science.


Name: Dali Wu 
Joined: December 2019
Location: Montreal, Canada

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