Sizhu Li (李丝竹), is a Chinese-born installation artist based in New York. Lived on two different continents, Li has developed a unique visual language of immersive kinetic art in a poetic way to illustrate her oriental understanding of human nature and the universe. Li’s work is animated poetic storytelling. Influenced by Minimalism, Futurism, and Chinese painting and poetry, Li pursues a Futurist vision through motorized minimal constructions and movements. Her works have been exhibited at Morris Museum, Staten Island Museum, Spring/Break, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Governors Island, Missouri State University, Alabama Contemporary Art Center and so on. Her awards include the Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship.
MFA, Maryland Institute College of Art;
BFA, China Central Academy of Fine Arts