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LIU Xin_A Book of Mine - Volume X_Prints on accordion-bound rice paper_2019

Xin Liu_Tear Set_Artificial tears、Wood、Glass、Electronic、Pump_72x62x62cm_2015

Xin Liu_Tear Set_Artificial tears、Wood、Glass、Electronic、Pump_72x62x62cm_2015

LIU Xin_Thoughts on outer space and my teeth_Glass, metal, resin, LED lights, plasma, transformers _2018

LIU Xin_Thoughts on outer space and my teeth_Glass, metal, resin, LED lights, plasma, transformers _2018

LIU Xin_Orbit Weaver_5 min performance in zero gravity and underwater photography_Device: Aluminum, 3D prints from Formlab, magnet, Nylon string, motors and electronics_2018

LIU Xin_Bread Havana_Bread: Flour, water, yeast from Cuba, salt, sugar and flavor oils_2017

CV Liu Xin

Xin Liu (b. 1991, Xinjiang/China) is an artist and engineer, whose practice expands from performances and artifacts to scientific experiments and academic papers. She thinks of science as a language and technology as a means to create ripples in the fabric of common experiences, exploring emotions, beliefs and subjectivities. Xin received her BE in Measurement, Control Technology and Instrumentation from Tsinghua University in 2013, a MFA in Digital+Media from Rhode Island School of Design in 2015 and her Master in Media Arts and Sciences from MIT Media Lab in 2017.

She is the Arts Curator at Space Exploration Initiative in MIT Media Lab, a member of New INC at the New Museum and a resident in Queens Museum Artist Studio program. She is the recipient of numerous awards and residencies, including the Van Lier Fellowship from Museum of Arts and Design, Huayu Youth Award Finalist, Queens Museum studio program and Pioneer Works Tech Residency. She has received awards from SXSW, FastCoDesign, Core77, and her academic publications have been recognized in ACM conferences. Xin has shown her work internationally at events and venues including Ars Electronica, Boston Museum of Fine Art, Sundance Film Festival, The Walker Art Center, Museum of Art and Design in New York, OCAT Shanghai, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art in Manchester, and International Symposium on Electronic Art. As a researcher, Xin has worked with institutions including Microsoft Research NYC & Asia and Google ATAP.

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