LI XINMO / 李心沫 (*1976) is an established artist, curator, art critic, and feminist theory researcher. She was born in Yilan county in Heilongjiang, the PRC. In 2008, she obtained her MA from Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts. Li’s works were based on a variety of media, including performance, painting, video, photography, and installations. They have been exhibited in Toronto Photo Biennial, Prague Biennial, National Museums of World Culture in Sweden, Female Museum in Germany. Li uses art practices to explore her memory, dreams, subconsciousness and critially respond to gender and enviromental issues in human society. Her art practices have been documented in academic articles, including the “National Fine Arts,” “Oriental Art for Everyone,” and other professional art publications. Some of her works were acquisited by the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities (Östasiatiska Museet, Sweden), Ingallery (China) and other private collectors in Europe and Asia. In 2013, she cocurated the feminist art exhibition “Heterogeneous Body” in 521 Art District with the artist Cheng Meixin. In 2019, she curated the group art exhibition “In China” at the Embassy of Germany in Beijing, China.Full bio.