Born in 1977 in Xi’an China.
Liang is a young artist whose photography, painting, and installation work often focuses on articulating the sites of both beauty and oppression within the semiotics of the everyday. Notable for her membership in the N12 group, she began organizing exhibitions and attracting international attention along with her peers during and immediately after her time as a student. Her most recent work has involved themes of discretion, secrecy, interpersonal communication, personal struggle, and the affect produced therein. Significantly, her work claims that this affect is all that fills up the empty space that dominates domesticity and everyday life. Uniquely, her practice rejects the feminine specificity idealized by so many of her peers in favor of more broadly universal explorations of social themes.