Wang Huimeng (b. Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, China) received her B.E. in Bio-Medical Engineering from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics and
M.F.A. in Studio Art from San Francisco Art Institute. Drawing upon research on a systematic body of texts and scholarly tradition in the
Western cultural discourse, her practice spans performance, installation, video, sculpture, and the Internet, illustrating the structure and
employment of cultural domination.
Between 2017 and 2019, Wang received grants and held residencies at Otis College of Art and Design
(Los Angeles, CA), Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts (Nebraska City, NE), ACRE (Steuben, WI), Millay Colony for the Arts
(Austerlitz, NY), and Wilhardt & Naud (Los Angeles, CA), among others. Since 2015, Wang’s work has been exhibited in Make Room Gallery
(Los Angeles, CA), Morlan Gallery (Lexington, KY), Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture (San Francisco, CA), Root Division (San Francisco,
CA), SOMArts Cultural Center (San Francisco, CA), Embark Gallery (San Francisco, CA), and Arc Gallery (San Francisco, CA), among
others. Wang is also a writer taking particular interest in Orientalism as a theory of power and its modern-day application; she wrote Talk outside the
Box: Contemporary Chinese Narratives in the Western Perception for Initium Media in 2018. Wang has lectured at Kimmel Harding Nelson
Center for the Arts, SOMArts Cultural Center, and San Francisco Public Library. She currently lives and works in San Francisco.