1997 Born in Wuhan, Hubei, Currently lives and works in London.
He is currently studying at the Royal College of Art. In his recent practice, Haoqi Xiong takes the British television series and Disney animation images introduced to China as clues. Using the color red, he explores how these imported cultural products are involved in shaping the perceptions and understandings of intimacy and self-worth of the young population. For the artist, red is a necessary color for sketching the characters, and the gradual difference in information felt in British life exacerbates this sense of cultural uncertainty, which makes his paintings more repetitive and thiner, working in a way that refers to the fictional texture of the foreign TV drama as a cultural product between the ideal, the real, and the ideological.