Hui Ye
Artist, Composer

Hui Ye (born in Guangzhou, CN) is an artist and composer based in Vienna. She works with different media including experimental documentary, video and audio installation, and often address the social-political aspect of the act of listening and to examine the fluidity of individual’s social identity, as well as its reflection in technology and sonic culture. In her most recent projects, the subject matter of (digitalised) voice is essential for her research. 

Hui Ye is co-founder of Mai Ling – a queer-feminist Asian artists collective and a member of Vienna Secession as well as the Association of Women* Visual Artists Austria (VBKÖ).  Ye is laureate of the Kunsthalle Wien Prize 2018 and a nominee of Follow Fluxus Wiesbaden Grant 2020. Her works have been recently presented at Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna Secession (AT), the Jim Thompson Art Center (TH), WRO Media Art Biennial (PL) and Times Museum (CN). in 2022, she holds the fellowship of BS projects for sound art – a scholarship program hosted by the Kunsthochschule Braunschweig and the state of Lower Saxony.

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On Listening