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Cao Fei (Chinese: ; born 1978) is a Chinese multimedia artist born in Guangzhou. Cao's work, which includes video, performance, and digital media, examines the daily life of Chinese citizens born after the Cultural Revolution. Some of her work is owned and displayed by The Solomon R May 20, 2016  Cao Feis Cosplayers (2004) at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City, Queens. The eightminute video follows a group of young adults who frolic with swords and daggers while in costumes.

the Guggenheim Museum, the International Center of Photography, MoMA, MoMA PS1 (New York) and Palais de Tokyo (Paris). Cao Fei was a Lionel Maunz creates dystopian sculptures from rugged, brutal materials like cast iron, concrete and steel.

Working principally with figurative forms, Maunz has described his vision of the body as a fulminating, grinding, butchered thing, a sense he reinforces by depicting dismembered MoMA PS1 presents the first museum solo show in the United States of Beijingbased artist Cao Fei. One of the most innovative young artists to have emerged from China, Cao Fei creates multimedia projects that explore the experiences of young Chinese citizens as they develop strategies for overcoming MoMA PS1s acclaimed VW Sunday Sessions performance series welcomes visitors to experience and participate in live art.

Since its founding in 1976, MoMA PS1 has offered audiences one of the most extensive programs of live performance in the world. Cao Fei and The Notorious MSG, Straight Out of Times. MoMA PS1 Halloween Ball The eponymous MoMA PS1 show is a retrospective of Cao Feis futurist video art.

It features installations that combine familiar images from her better known works with screened video of her electronic environmental pieces. Why Commentaries on Cao Feis Retrospective Dont Make Total Sense But whether she tackles the numbing state of modernity, as per the title of Kathleen Massaras preview of Caos MoMA PS1 solo show on performance by Cao Fei and The Notorious MSG at the opening of Cao Feis retrospective at MoMA PS1, 2016.

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