Siru Wen was born and raised in a small town in China, near the ocean. She landed at the U.S. more than a decade ago. She then drifted from the east coast to the west.
Siru’s parents dreamed of becoming performing artists before having her, now they work in the plastic bag business.
Siru's practice intersects between installation, film, and photography. She meditates on the balance of opposing forces, meanings, and sentiments that originate from and flow in between the bodies/interior and nature/exterior.
During the process, Siru limits the use of words/language. Instead, allowing honest responses to be cultivated instinctively with the use of senses, forms, movement, stillness, silence, and disturbance.
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