I am a multidisciplinary graphic designer based in China. Before attending Communication Design at GSA, I studied Information Management and System. Because I love trying new things and learning new skills, my field of work includes web design, publication, photography and so on. Most of my work is close to life, which is related to my tendency to observe the everyday things around me.
I currently focus on feminism, especially the situation of Asian women. I hope my works can give them spiritual inspiration and comfort.
The coronavirus pandemic began at the end of 2019 – to stop the spread of the virus, people have had to stay at home. During repeated lockdowns, people were forced to rely on online interaction and many became increasingly isolated. It was widely reported an increase in strange dreams during this period of uncertainty.
This website acts as an archive of all the weird pandemic dreams during this unprecedented period. It attempts to document the psychological changes of people during this time and the affect it had on their subconscious. I explored the connection between human psychology under disaster and unrealistic legends of Japanese culture – The Baku. Once the pandemic is over and we begin to return to normal life this website should act as a reminder to how we coped with the pandemic, the generosity of humans and it huge impact it has had globally on all our lives.
Typeface - 'Weird Dream'
Motherhood Under the Collective Consciousness
Motherhood penalty exists in our life, but it is often ignored. In this project, I explored the status of motherhood, unfairness and discrimination. I took some photos about housework and childcare, and my work combines graphic design with photography, dissolves them, expands them and endows them with a new context.
This Zine is divided into three parts, which states the plight of mothers, the possibilities of mothers, and how to change the situation. It is hoped that this work will arouse people’s sensitivity to the plight of women in order to support mothers and women who will become mothers. I hope that in the future, balancing work and family is not an issue that only women have to face.