IntroductionLiang Yue was born in Shanghai in 1979. She graduated from the Shanghai Art Academy in 2001. Now she lives and works in Toronto, Canada. Recent exhibitions include: Wang Xingwei in Shanghai 2002-2008, Power Station of Art Museum, Shanghai (2022); City on the Edge: Art and Shanghai at the Turn of the Millennium, UCCA Edge, Shanghai (2021); The Circular Impact: Video Art 21, OCAT, Shanghai (2021); Another Time, Another Place, New works screening, OCAT Shanghai x PHOTOFAIRS, OCAT Shanghai, Shanghai (2020); Dis-/Continuing Traditions: Contemporary Video Art from China, Long Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre, Tasmania, Australia (2020); New Art History, 2000-2018 Chinese Contemporary Art, MoCA Yinchuan, Yinchuan (2019); Chinese Contemporary Selected Videos, Cinema Dynamo, Centre D'Art Contemporain Geneve, Switzerland (2018); The 7th edition Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism \ Architecture, Shenzhen (2017); Intermittent, ShanghART Beijing, Beijing (2016); Easy Going, OCT Contemporary Art Terminal,Shenzhen (2014); Liang Yue: The Quiet Rooms, ShanghART H-Space, Shanghai (2013); A Lecture Upon the Shadow, Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, U.K. (2012); Numerous, Liang Yue's Solo Exhibition, Shanghai (2011); Move on Asia: the End of Video Art, Casa Asia-Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain (2011); Shanghai Candid: Women In Motion, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery,U.S.A.(2010); China Power Station - Part IV, Pinacoteca Agnelli, Torino, Italy (2010); Shanghai Kino, Shanghai Kino, Kunsthalle Bern, Switzerland (2009); China Power Station: Part II, Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway (2007); China Power Station: Part I., Battersea Power Station, London, U.K. (2006); The Thirteen: Chinese Video Now, MoMA PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York, U.S.A. (2006); China Contemporary – Architecture, Art and Visual Culture, Netherlands Photo Museum, Rotterdam, Netherlands (2006); Restless – Photography and New Media, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai (2006); Stop Dazing, BizArt, Shanghai (2005); Conceptual Photography from the Peoples Republic of China, Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, U.S.A. and China Now, MoMA Film at the Gramercy Theatre, New York, U.S.A. (2004).