Feifan Hu was born in China and now works in London. She graduated from London College of Fashion and recently from the Royal College of Art. Feifan Hu works across textiles and drawing. Her practice often pivots around issues of culture, family, gender and human-nature relationships. Through personal experiences and memories, Feifan uses domestic craft, childlike drawings and performance to explore female Chinese identities culturally and politically. She also questions the stereotypical perception of domestic textile and craft. She is interested in contradictions, both pleasant and melancholic, cute and uncanny. Her work features a sense of childlike female characters, humorously using symbolic meanings from nature, culture, and memory. She narrates a visual language between vulnerability and defiance.
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