The Drifting Gaze: An Artist Talk by Yushi Li
Organised in collaboration with Dr Vivian K. Sheng (HKU), Visiting Global Fellow in Art History 2022
Thursday 3 November 2022, 4.30-6.00pm
Online via MS Teams: Join here.
Please join us for this artist talk and in conversation event with Yushi Li, organised by Dr Vivian K. Sheng (HKU), who is a Visiting Global Fellow in the School of Art History and affiliated with the St Andrews Centre for Contemporary Art between October and November 2022.
Yushi Li is a Chinese artist, teacher and researcher based in London. Li has been selected as one of the Foam talents in 2022 and RPS Hundred Heroines in 2019. Her work has been shown in different countries, including solo exhibition at Fotogalleri Vasli Souza in Oslo, Union Gallery in London and group exhibition at the UK Parliament, RIBA and Fotografiska and featured in several international media and publications, such as BBC, The Guardian, and Libération. Li’s work mainly engages with the question of the gaze, using photography as her method to explore and question the gendered power relationship inherent in different looking relations in the internet age.
This event is supported by the St Andrews Centre for Contemporary Art and the Museums, Galleries and Collections Institute.