Dr. PAN Lu is Assistant Professor at Department of Chinese Culture, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She was visiting scholar and visiting fellow at the Technical University of Berlin (2008 and 2009), the Harvard-Yenching Institute (2011-2012), researcher in residence at Fukuoka Asian Art Museum (2016) and visiting scholar at Taipei National University of the Arts (2018). Pan is author of two monographs: In-Visible Palimpsest: Memory, Space and Modernity in Berlin and Shanghai, (Bern: Peter Lang, 2016) and Aestheticizing Public Space: Street Visual Politics in East Asian Cities, (Bristol and Chicago: Intellect/University of Chicago Press, 2015). Her artwork appeared in Urban Living Room, the 10th Shanghai Biennale, DMZ International Documentary Film Festival, South Korea and Shenzhen/Hong Kong Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture. She was also selected artist-in-residence at Center for Art and Urbanistics, Berlin, Germany (Oct- Dec, 2016).
Wang Bo is an artist and filmmaker based in New York. He studied physics at Tsinghua University for his undergraduate and got his Master in Theoretical Physics, before moving to New York to pursuit his Master in Fine Arts at School of Visual Arts. His works have been exhibited internationally, including venues like MoMA & Guggenheim Museum in New York, CPH:DOX in Copenhagen, DMZ Docs in South Korea, Shanghai Biennial, UABB, Times Museum in Guangzhou, Asia Society Texas Center etc. He is an artist-in-residency at ACC-Rijksakademie 2017-2018 (Gwangju & Amsterdam), artist-in-residency at NTU CCA Singapore 2016, fellow of Oberhausen Seminar 2016 at Oberhausen Short Film Festival, member of Berlinale Talents 2014 at Berlin Film Festival and fellow at Robert Flaherty Film Seminar 2013. As a curator, he has curated exhibition/film programs including: Ode to Infrastructure (META Project Space, Shanghai, 2016), We Landed/I Was Born/Passing by (Anthology Film Archives, New York, 2014). He is a faculty member at Visual and Critical Studies Department, School of Visual Arts, New York.
Zhou Xin is a researcher, writer and occasional curator based in Shanghai. He has curated public programs and film series at Anthology Film Archives (NYC), Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts (Boston), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Korea) in Seoul, Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, UnionDocs Center for Documentary Art (Brooklyn), OCT Loft (Shenzhen), The Performing Garage (NYC), and elsewhere. Recent project include co-curating the 2nd Asian Film and Video Art Forum at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Korea) in Seoul. His writing has appeared in Artforum (China), ArtReview Asia, The Brooklyn Rail, Film Comment, Frieze, Indiewire, Social Factory: 10th Shanghai Biennale exhibition catalogue, and elsewhere. He has a MA in Cinema Studies from New York University, and was a Research Associate in the Department of Chinese Culture at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
In 2018, PAN Lu + Wang Bo + Zhou Xin ’s work was exhibited in the exhibition Infrastructural Territory: The Spatial Foundation of National Discourse at OCAT Shanghai.