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Tao Hui

1987, Chongqing, China

Now work in

Beijing, China

Tao Hui (b. 1987, Chongqing, China) currently lives and works in Beijing, China. Tao graduated from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute with a BFA in Oil Painting in 2010. He traversed into the art of video and installation, drawing from personal memories, visual experiences and popular culture to weave an experimental visual narration, the focus of which is often our collective experience. Running throughout his work is a sense of misplacement vis-à-vis social identity, gender status, ethnicity and cultural crisis, prompting the audience to face their own cultural histories and living conditions.

At OCAT Shanghai, Tao Hui's work was exhibited in the exhibition Frontier: Re-assessment of Post-Globalisational Politics (2017), Remapping Reality: Selected Video Collection from Wang Bing (2019), UN/ CONVENTIONAL (2020) and The Circular Impact: Video Art 21 (2021)

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Remapping Reality: Selected Video Collection from Wang Bing

2019.03.23 - 06.16 closed

“Remapping Reality” marks the first comprehensive presentation of Wang Bing’s collection of Chinese video art from the post-Olympic era. In this moment of historical rupture, the exhibition attempts to take the collection as a point of departure to develop a new narrative framework.

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UN / CONVENTIONAL OCAT x KADIST Emerging Media Artist Exhibition 2020

2020.05.16 - 08.16 closed

OCAT Shanghai collaborates with KADIST to launch this exhibition and artist residency project as the seventh edition of our endeavor, marking the first presentation at the new OCAT Shanghai venue.

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The Circular Impact: Video Art 21

2021.04.28 - 07.11 closed

The exhibition curated by Dai Zhuoqun features a sample of Chinese video art since 2000, showing 21 artists whose primary medium of practice has been moving images, with works spanning 21 years from the beginning of the 21st century to the present.

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Frontier: Re-Assessment of Post-Globalisational Politics

2017.12.30 - 2018.03.11 closed

The exhibition invites more than thirty famous contemporary artists who employ video, installation, performance, photography and documentary language in rich expressions of their artistic thinking on regionality.

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