Huang Xiaopeng, born 1960, China. He studied for a HDFA at the Slade in London (1990-92). He was associate professor and the head of the 5th studio in Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts (2003-2012). Since 2012 he is Professor in South China Normal University, he is also the funder of HB Station (Contemporary Art Research Center) in Guangzhou, China. His video and public installation works explore inevitable dislocations as a consequence of translating, copying and transforming, to test the boundaries of meaning.
Pulse of the Pearl River Delta, BFI, South Bank, London (UK)
A Hundred Years of Shame – Songs of Resistance and Scenarios for Chinese Nations, Para Site art space (Honk Kong)
Essential Matters – Moving Images from China, Borusan Contemporary Perili Kosk, Istanbul (Turkey)
The Poplar Tree and Mirror, ISCP, New York (U.S.)
The Oracle, The Wand, Berlin (Germany)
Pour les 30 ans des FRAC, France
Pulse Reaction, Times Museum, Guangzhou (PR China)
Giorgio Andreotta Calo, Jalal Toufic, Huang Xiaopeng, Whitechapel Gallery, London (UK)
FAX, Para Site (Hong Kong)
e-flux project: Pawnshop, Vitamin Creative Space, Beijing (PR China)
He has also contributed critical text “Education as an Art Project” to Printed Projects 11, Dublin, 2009 (the 53 Venice Biennial, 2009).
The 3rd Guangzhou Triennial, Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou (PR China)
Chinese Video Now, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton (U.K)
The Thirteen: Chinese Video Now, P.S.1 MOMA, New York (U.S.)
The Second Guangzhou Triennial, Guangdong Museum Of Art, Guangzhou (China).