Wenhui Jiang (b.1996) is a London-based visual artist who works with multi-disciplinary subjects and media. She recently graduated with a MA in experimental communication from the Royal College of Art (London, UK). Wenhui is fascinated by exploring critical visual narratives. She uses the philosophy of pessimism as a lens filter for observing the outside. Her works attempt to construct a radical possibility by blurring the boundaries between the real and the virtual.


In Wehnhui‘s research and practice, She takes herself as the object 
of observation. To see herself as an open container, from which he explores the definition and transformation of individual identities in the entanglement of interaction with the outside world. Wenhui uses her works as a tool to research the impact of the era and society behind the individual. 

In addition, science fiction, Cult films, and video games had 
a profound influence on Wenhui's visual language. During her MA study, She explored using visual fictionalization and world-building as the method to experiment with critical storytelling. Using gamification as a further exploration of its experimental narratives model. Her work is focused on creating a communication model of cryptic visual narrative, combining symbolic and chaotic quirky visual aesthetics that aim to build an uncanny dimension to rethink reality.