Wen Wen Lu is a multimedia artist interested in installation, sculpture, and painting; with dabblings in film, animation, book art, print, digital, and community engaged projects. She thinks of her practice as a conceptual dance where each movement requires its own set of research and material choice. Wen Wen often gravitate towards exploring the hidden, the small, and the forgotten. Or in the metaphor of dance, she finds the possibility between one movement to another more intriguing than the arrival of a finale.
Her work has been shown in spaces such as Lions Park, Richmond Nature Park, WINDOW Gallery, International Arts Gallery, Centre A, Concourse Art Gallery, Jericho Beach, New Westminster Museum and Gallery, Access Gallery, and Burnaby Art Gallery. She is a graduate of Emily Carr University with a bachelor’s in visual arts. Wen Wen is also a visual arts instructor as Shadbolt Centre for the Arts; they and those around her know her as Cherry.
Living and learning on the unceded homelands of the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ (Halkomelem) and Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) speaking peoples
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