Shi Zheng (born in 1990) is a Chinese artist based in Shanghai and New York. His creations range from electronic music, audio-visual installation, and performance. In his large scale immersive installations, he attempts to extend the audience’s visual and audio experience which is considered as the integral part of his work. Most recently, he starts to investigate the “latent time” through the lens of “computer vision” by integrating the perspective of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

In recent years, his individual and cooperative works have been presented in a wide range of museums, art institutions, and media art festivals, including Sound Art China, FILE Electronic Language International Festival, Ars Electronica, ICA London, Castello di Rivara, The Lumen Prize, Shanghai 21st Century Minsheng Art Museum, and Power Station of Art.

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Nimbus Installation view, Shenzhen Media Festival, 2016
Offset Installation view, East Asia Moving, ICA London, 2016
Embers Installation view, Today Art Museum, Beijing, 2017
Planet Chronicle Installation view, The 11th Shanghai Biennale, Power Station of Art, 2016