Chelsea College of Arts
Lihong is an artist and a Ph.D candidate in Fine Art at UAL. Her work including drawings, sculptures and installations. Her practice examines the use of déjà vu as an artistic strategy of 'affect', particularly in connection to the spatial and temporal displacement associated with the unheimlich (i.e. uncanny/ un-homely). She specifically focuses on the displacement that occurs when one is away from one's home.
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