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Liu Ye (Sherry)

Melbourne
s3612523@student.rmit.edu.au
Community engaged arts, Contemporary visual arts, Film / Documentary, Horticulture/ nature/ environment
Artist (writer/performer/filmmaker/visual artist etc), Curator
Environment, Healing / Wellbeing
Meeting Point 2021, Meeting Point 2022
RMIT Curatorial Collective; Huaniao Island Art Research Program
Ye (Sherry) Liu is a current PhD candidate in the School of Art, RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Sherry's artistic practice investigates how affective engagement operates for rebuilding connections among nature, people and the community, and how creative practice illuminates the value of multi-cultural communities. Her works focus on affect, socially engagement, community reshaping, and exploring the relational aesthetics and connective aesthetics to challenge the public to reconsider our community and environment. Recently, Sherry collaborated with the art director of the Huaniao Island International Public Art Festival and initiated the socially engaged art project on the Island. She explores how multicultural communities live together and adjust to the new community environment. Her texts have appeared in the Public Art Journal (China) and Journal of Artistic Research.
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