MFA graduate from Hochschule Trier, Idar-Oberstein Campus. After completing her study from Beijing University of Technology, she embarked on adventures to study jewelry in Italy at Alchimia, in Oslo, Norway at the Academy of Arts, and in Idar-Oberstein, Germany at the HS Trier. She is a Chinese artist who focuses on the research of fog based on nature and culture. She works with diverse media such as installations, videos, photography and material based jewellery. She uses opaque materials to express her experience with hazy fog. She has exhibited her artwork in China, Greece, Spain, Poland, Italy, and Norway. She thinks of her artwork as a partner that can take her to experience and discover the world.
MFA Hochschule Trier Idar-Oberstein, Germany
gemstone and jewellery
Erasmus exchange Oslo Academy of arts, Oslo, Norway
Art and Craft
Alchimia contemporary jewellery school, Florence, Italy
contemporary jewellery and body ornament
BFA Beijing university of technology, China
metalworking and jewelry design
Lecture giving at Legnica Silver festival
"Theoretical Seminar from the series Boundaries of Global Art"
selected to "The Legacy Award 2019"
"Reject or React", Munich Jewellery week, Munich, Germany
selected to "Autor International contemporary jewellery fair"
"21 Grams", Gallery Handwerk, Munich, Germany
'Reject or React", Inhorgenta, Munich, Germany
"21Grams,2018 Hangzhou Contemporary International
Jewelry and Metal Art Triennial." Hangzhou, China
"soul Illustrator-Jorge Manilla" article published at China Gem magazine
"Triple Parade", Shanghai,China
“In da House”, Athens Jewellery week, Athens, Greece
“WIP”, melting point, Valencia
“sit on a stone rather than a pillow” Gallery Black Box, Oslo, Norway
“All of a sudden it became very real” Galleri Seilduken, Oslo, Norway
“Union&Concurrance” Beijing International Jewellery art exhibition, Beijing, China
“studio”, Alichimia, Florence, Italy
“stopover”, melting point, Valencia, Spain
graduation show of jewelry, Beijing, China
Beijing International Exhibition Center
Beijing Opera Museum
© 2019 Xihan Zhai