Ajuan Song is known for her innovative practice that includes analog, digital photography, and multimedia works distinguished by an experimental yet lyrical sensibility. Song also collaborates with Kuzma Vostrikov on large-scale film and photography projects that marry conceptual art and painting in an imaginative trajectory. In addition to being featured in international solo and group exhibitions, her work has been featured in a variety of publications including Juxtapoz, Whitehot, Artnet, Lens, andHunger TV, British Journal of Photography.
Kuzma Vostrikov is an artist and filmmaker. Vostrikov’s work has been featured in numerous international exhibits and art fairs. He has also earned awards at international film festivals, and his fine art has been published in various photography books and exhibit catalogs. The artist’s work is found in international collections including the CICA Museum, Korea, The Yokyung Art Museum, Korea, and The Museum of Russian Art, New Jersey. His work has been featured inBritish Journal of Photography, Artnet, Aesthetic, Metal, and Juxtapoz, Numero, the New Current.
Yanyan Chen is a Chinese New York-based curator. As an emerging art and cultural professional with a research focus of briding audience experience with cutting edge technology like VR to elevate the modern exhibition experience. She holds a master’s degree in Arts and Cultural Management from Pratt Institute. Some of her previous curatorial experience includes Meet the Spirit (2016) and The Little Things(2015) in Lingnan Art Experiment Space. She was the Curator Assistant for the University City Art Museum of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art from September 2014 to May 2016. Currently, she works as project coordinator as well as curator for a New York based non-profit organization, the Council of Asian Designers of America.