Fang Lu

Fang Lu, born in Guangzhou China in 1981, lives and works in Beijing.  

She received her BFA from Graphic Design department at School of Visual Art in New York in 2005, and MFA from the New Genres department at the San Francisco Arts Institute in 2007. Her work has been featured in solo exhibitions at Boers-li Gallery, Beijing (2013); Pekin Fine Arts, Hong Kong (2013), Arrow Factory, Beijing (2012), Space Station, Beijing (2010), Borges Libreria Institute of Contemporary Art, Guangzhou (2011); and in group exhibitions such as the 1st OCAT & Pierre Huber Prize in Shanghai, 28 Chinese in Rubell Family Collection Museum in Miami, My Generation in Tampa Museum (2014), On/Off in Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (2012), Shenzhen Sculpture Biennial (2012), CAFAM Future Exhibition (2012), We Remember the Sun in Walter & McBean Gallery in San Francisco (2008)

She is co-founder of Video Bureau, an independent video archive resource in Beijing and Guangzhou.

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Fang Lu


Sea of Silence


single channel video, 29’, or installed as three channels, each 6’51”; 9’28”; 10’22”, sound

The work is centered on the idea of speaking about love as a form of action. Three woman protaganists, as three distinctive individuals, talks to the camera on specific events and experience when they encounter love. They are situated in a remote deserts. This untamed environment is a new habitat for them to pursue new form of living.

Project produced by Artport Telaviv

Performance: Adaya Hadar, Hila OM, Zohar Kawaharada
Producer:Chen Serfaty, Renana Neuman
Project Advisor: Vardit Gross
Director of Cinematorgrapher: Arie Kishon
Sound: Eden Hadad
Lighting and AP: Gil Vesely
Art and Production Assistant: Samantha Adler De Oliveira
Additional Cinematography: Reanana Neuman
Sound Mixing: Cai Jielin
Subtitle Translation: Hung Yali
Subtitle: 123 Vision Pictures (Beijing) Co., Ltd
Special Thanks to: Sarah Blau, Hinda Weiss
Hadassar Restaurant, Utopia Equipment Rental

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