Huidi Xiang (b. Chengdu, China) is a sculptor based in Brooklyn, New York, USA. She received her MFA in Art from Carnegie Mellon University in 2021 and her BA in Architecture and Studio Art from Rice University in 2018.
In her practice, Huidi makes sculptural objects, installations, and systems to
probe and ponder how and why pop-cultural symbols and scenarios work in late capitalism.
Huidi’s works have been exhibited internationally, including OCAT Biennale (Shenzhen, China), KAJE (Brooklyn, NY, USA), Lydian Stater (Long Island City, NY, USA), Tutu Gallery (Brooklyn, NY, USA), LATITUDE Gallery (New York, NY, USA), Contemporary Calgary (Calgary, Canada), Hive Center for Contemporary Art (Beijing, China), and more. Huidi has also participated in many residencies, including NARS Foundation International Residency Program, ACRE Residency Program, and the Millay Colony for the Arts. She is currently an AIM fellow at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.
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