Geng Yini’s gooey paintings with their manifold surfaces and schizophrenic narratives are a testimony to our interactive computer lives where we simultaneously dance between multiple windows, looking and covering, pointing at past and future. What the total sum of ingredients in her uncanny works may mean is not the point; it is the lighthearted celebration of unbridled plurality that gives Geng’s work its edge.
Geng Yini is a recent graduate of Lu Xun Academy in Shenyang and has shown her works in numerous venues including V-Art Center Shanghai, Today Museum, Beijing and Blue Top Museum in Chengdu.
Geng Yini was born in Shenyang Liaoning in 1982. She works and lives now in Shenyang.