Lulu Meng

Lulu Meng questions what it is to be an individual living in a modern society and what connects people. Switching career path from chemical engineering to costume design, having lived and worked in different cities and countries, Meng currently lands in New York City as an artist. Through her conceptual based practice, Meng actualizes her reflection toward the push and pull between an individual’s tendency to be unique and the coexisting longing to belong to a community.


Her exhibitions include Real Fairy Tale, Spring Break Art Show, New York, New York (2019); Urban Tribes- Urban Caravan, New York Foundation for the Arts, Brooklyn, New York (2019); Real Fairy Tale, Gallery MoMo, Tokyo, Japan (2019); Totality, Bamboo Garden, New York, New York (2019); Tailbone, 47 Canal Gallery, New York, NY (2018); WUNDERKAMMER, Museo El Castillo, Medellín, Antioquia, Colombia (2018); Bronx Calling: The fourth AIM Biennial, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY (2017); Delicate Failure, Flux Factory, Long Island City, NY (2017); Collective Memory, Cloud Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan (2017); Rewoven, QCC Art Gallery, Oakland Gardens, NY (2017) ; Roaming Realities, William Harris Gallery, Rochester, NY (2016); Being Here, Cuchifritos Gallery&Project Space, New York, NY (2015); The Moments, Hall of Science Museum, Queens, NY (2015); Picture Books, Power Plant Gallery, Durham, NC (2014).

Her residencies and awards include Sculpture Space, Utica, NY (2020-upcoming); Anaba Project (2020-upcoming); mhPROJECT nyc (2019); Curatorial Program for Research (CPR), New York, NY (2019); Artist in the Marketplace Residency, Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY (2016); Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program, New York Foundation for the Arts (2016); Experimental Film Virginia, Cape Charles, VA (2016); NY Residency Unlimited, Brooklyn, NY (2015); Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT (2015); Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, CA (2015); DordtYart Residency, Dordrecht, Netherlands (2014); Waasland Artistic Projects, Sint-Niklass, Belgium (2013). Meng holds a B.A. in Drama and Theater from National Taiwan University and a M.F.A. in Photography, video and related media from Rochester Institute of Technology.

Lived Happily Ever After, series of Look into The Mirror

Year: 2019

Materials: Resin, fabric, see-through mirror, LED lights, microcontroller, electric cable, photo print, paper, wedding photos found online, stainless steel wire

Size: Variable Size

Piece

Year: 2021

Materials: mirror, LED lights, microcontroller, electric cable, photo print on canvas, paper, clock, audio device, fans, cups, paper, acrylic, dried plants

Evanesce (SOLD)

Year: 2014

Materials: fabric, acrylic, thread, clear film, and lighting box

Size: 26 x 26 x 4 inches

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