Beili Liu is a Chinese-American artist whose creative work has been exhibited and published extensively both nationally and internationally. She has held solo and group exhibitions, lectures, and presentations in Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee, California, Chicago, Bulgaria, Finland, Australia and China. Most recently, she presented a large-scale installation exhibition Lure/惑，at CCC in San Francisco. Beili Liu has held artist fellowship at Art Farm, NE, Djerassi Foundation, CA, and Fiskars Artist Residency, Finland. Liu received her MFA from the University of Michigan, and is an assistant professor at University of Texas in Austin.
indeed, gao xia's suggestion reminded me i should invite you to show in the uw-madison design gallery too, if you had not showed here. gao xia did her mfa show here and it was a blast. everybody still remembers her show even if they never met her. let me know i will talk to the curator. you must also know sherperd piper's work. she also showed here, but it was before i came to town. i saw her solo show in baltimore museum of art when i was there for a conference.
Sound good, I will do so.
And awesome move! Now, my part of family is also in a very warm/hot place. It is true that new place could be harder for fresh face; but I think you would be fine soon. I still use my NY number, stay in touch.
just checked out your website. beautiful! need to go back when i have more time. i think i saw your works in a magazine somewhere. so you came from shenzhen? i am from guangzhou. would love to talk more about your work when there is time in the future. do you teach also or just making art?
i know of your work! i have seen them somewhere else, but don't remember where (the first 3 installation views) they are striking! can you tell me a little more about the three first pieces with the silvery wires hanging> where were they installed and what is the theme/title or inspiration behind it? i also love the tofu works, working with perishable materials presents such challenge, but that's also the fun of it. every one of your pieces is so different yet each in its way shows a deep understanding of that particular material.. the last pieces, the red tread had such strong root in chinese culture yet its presentation is so simple and original its sensibility is at the same time asian and western. again, one of my favorite pieces. it is impressive to see the scope of your work! were you trained at cranbrook?