王佳滢, JIAYING WANG (b. China) is an artist working primarily in sculpture, installation and video.
Wang received a MFA in Sculpture from Rhode Island School of Design and a BSc in Management from the London School of Economics and Political Science. As she navigates the emotional complexities inherent to her transnational identity, she questions the paradoxical place at the intersection of longing and belonging, interior and exterior, rootedness and uprootedness. Wang sees mundane objects as transitional souvenirs that manifest her personal history and serve as indexes of multiple belongings. Through casting and site-interventions, her art practice examines the ability of materials and spaces to hold memories. She has been working to investigate how these ephemeral states and precarious placement could be read, decoded and repositioned in time.