Bio

YiFan Jiang was born in Tianjin China, in 1994, now based in Vancouver. Her Paintings, performances and video installations aim to suspend our presupposed intimacy with the mundane and provide a space to reflect on our banal reality.  Jiang works to exaggerated, subtract, fold and compose the mundane with subtle absurdity and deadpan humour. It is an effort to pause our experience of the world and reintroduce it as a stranger as apposed to family. 

Curriculum vitae

Education

2012-2017  Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Arts. Emily Carr      University of Art and Design, Vancouver

2015           Visiting student, philosophy, University of british Columbia, Vancouver          

2014           Exchange program, Painting, Glasgow School of Art Glasgow, Scotland, UK

 

Exhibitions

03/2017       On the Beach, Group Exhibition, Project space, Vancouver

11/2016       Ducks and fishes, curator/group exhibition, Neighborhood gallery, Emily Carr              

                   University

11/2016       School, curator/group exhibition, Concourse gallery, Emily Carr University

10/2016       Precarium, group exhibition, Plaza project space , Richmond

04/2016       Sunset table, group exhibition/Reading, Unit Pitt/ project space, Vancouver

04/2016       Community cabinet, group exhibition, Just for fun gallery, Emily Carr University

03/2016       Careful Counters, curator/group exhibition, Skylight Gallery, Vancouver

03/2016       Student art, curator/Group exhibition,NGX interactive, Vancouver

03/2016       The new salon, curator/Group exhibition, Concourse gallery Emily Carr University

02/2016       Works, group exhibition, The old crow, Vancouver

12/2015       The exchange show, group exhibition, concourse gallery Emily Carr University

04/2015       Eat me make yourself at home, solo exhibition, Tag gallery, Emily Carr University

02/2015       Imagined landscapes, group exhibition, James Black Gallery, Vancouver

12/2014       Year’s end, group Exhibition, Glasgow school of art, Glasgow, UK

09/2014       Blue, group exhibition, Ayden Gallery, Vancouver

Contact

amygdlae@gmail.com