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2021 MFA, Columbia University School of the Arts, New York, NY 

2019 BA, Composition, University of California, San Diego, CA  (Shao)

2018 BFA, Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), Beijing, China  (Liang)


Group Exhibitions (Selected)

2022 Vibration of Dust curated by Yindi Chen, SVA, New York, NY

2022 Hawai’i Contemporary 2022, co-curated by Melissa Chiu, Miwako Tezuka, and Drew Kahu‘āina Broderick, in collaboration with Michael Joo, Bishop Museum, Honolulu, HI 

2021 Art For Your Collection, Catherine Fosnot Art Gallery and Center, New London, CT

2021 Rolling, Rolling, Rolling… curated by Nathan Catlin, LeRoy Neiman Gallery, New York, NY

2021 THE (better late than never) SUMMER SHOW, ChaShaMa, New York, NY

2021 Art 52nd Street 2021, Chungbuk National University, S. Korea

2021 I thought it was a drought, 164 Ashburton Ave, Yonkers, NY



2022-2023 International Studio & Curatorial Program Ground Floor Residency, New York, NY

2022 Leadership Camp “(Im)material Ruins”, Asia Art Archive in America, New York, NY

2022 Smack Mellon Artist in Residence Finalist, New York

2022 Desert 23' S, La Wayaka Current, Chile / UK

2021 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Arts Center Residency, Governors Island, NY



Solo Exhibitions 

2019 山行 Shan Xing, Luohu Art Gallery, Shenzhen, CH
2018 起势 Aggregation Energy, CAFA Printmaking Exhibition Space, Beijing, CH 


Selected Group Exhibitions

2021 Teaching Research Exhibition of Printmaking, Taoxichuan Art Museum, Jingde, China   

2020 21G+, Curatorial Practice Space, School of Visual Arts, New York

2018 Międzynarodowe Triennale Grafiki, International Print Triennial Society, Krakow, Poland
2017 Academic Original Creative, Tsinghua University Art Museum, Beijing, China
2017 Growing Environment, LuRen Gallery, Suzhou, China
2016 Image and Thinking, CAFA, Beijing, China 



2021 Morty Frank Travel Fellowship, NY

2019-21 LeRoy and Janet Neiman Gift Scholarship, Columbia University, NY  



Bunkier Sztuki Art Gallery, International Print Triennial Society, Krakow, Poland 

Luohu Art Gallery, Shenzhen, China


Professional Activities (Selected)

2022 Artist talk, “同行 Tóng Xíng-Collaboration”, Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, China

2022 Adjunct Professor, Columbia University School of the Arts, NY

2021 Collaborator in Project “We the Immigrants” for Tomas Vu, Brooklyn Rail, NY

2020-2021 Teaching Assistant, Columbia University School of the Arts, New York

2019-2021 Fellow, Neiman Center for Print Art, Columbia University School of the Arts, New York


Selected Media Feature 

2022 Fosnot Gallery Highlights 16 Critics’ Picks, CT Examiner, CT

2021 再现,延续,封装 | Bicheng Liang, The Art Hunter, China 

2020 Special Interview with Bicheng Liang, JueJue ART, China

2018 Silent Vientiane is bound to rebirth | Bicheng Liang, FarewellNT, China

2017 The photography and exhibition of Bicheng Liang, JiaoYi, China

2017 Bicheng Liang · Aggregation Energy, Raw-14 Space, China 



Group Exhibitions 

2021 The World Is Changing Fast, I Am Extremely Adaptable, Fridman Gallery, NY  

2020 -spillage, Arts Letters and Numbers, NY 

2020 Out of Darkness, Block Gallery, Raleigh Arts, NC 


Selected Performances and Compositions

2022 Research: Sound Archeology, IRCAM Forum, New York NY

2020 Source Materials, Spectrum, New York, NY

2019 摩挲:a skin piece, Conrad Prebys Music Center, La Jolla, CA 

2019 Semana Internacional de Improvisacion, Ensenada, MX 

2019 Desert December, The FRONT Arte Cultura, San Ysidro, CA

2019 Betalevel, Los Angeles CA

2019 Millenium Fantasy, Atkinson Hall at Qualcomm Institute, La Jolla, CA

2018 Genesis of Chaos, Bread and Salt, San Diego, CA

2018 Relative Silence, Geisel Library, La Jolla, CA 


Professional Engagements

2021 Artist Talk “Living (in) Materials”, Computer Music Center, NY

2020 Visiting artist for Sound/Interactive Media I & II, School of Art+Design, SUNY Purchase

2020 Sound Designer, Sensory Meridian by Michael Joo, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago, IL


Bicheng Liang (b. 1994, China), lives and works in New York and Beijing. He investigates the human relationship to time, scale, and meaning through processed-based interactions with sites and materials. In Liang’s practice, the printmaking process, masking, transferring, coalescing a repository of information is set in dialogue with photography, sculpture, ceramics, and sound. Exploring structures in nature through mediated perceptions, Laing’s work sets an intimate environment, with physical gestures such as tearing, molding and suspending accumulating into a layered narrative.

Yixuan Shao is an artist based in New York. Shao’s practice is one of listening as much as it is one of making —— listening, not only as a physiological function but also as a subjective internal experience. She engages the sonorous, visual, and organic properties of materials through research and experimentation, and creates sculptural installations to gauge the physical space while inviting the viewers to take parts with their own subjectivities. Her work materializes inner resonances in visual forms. Exploring and contemplating on the contradicted yet connected margins of noise and silence, Shao’s work is in dialogue with how we change and change with the space around us.

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