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Salt Projects (Yuan Fuca, Han Xinyi)

The Salt Projects is a research-based curatorial studio founded by Yuan Fuca and Liya Han in 2016, Beijing. Combining theory and practice, Salt Projects understand research and curation as an open-ended activity, involving collaboration and inter-disciplinary approaches to art marking. Salt Projects' research space, a 17 square meters gallery, specifically focuses on time-based art pro-jects, events such as performance lectures, screenings and artist writing publishing.


Yuan Fuca

Yuan Fuca (b.1988) is a Chinese writer and curator based in Beijing. She obtained her MFA in Art Criticism and Writing from School of Visual Arts, NYC. Her writing, interviews and exhibition re-views appear in ARTnews, Artforum, Frieze, Flash Art, LEAP, Art Asia Pacific, New York Times T Magazine, among others. She assisted to curate the group exhibition “Coming Together: One Year After Sandy” (2013, New York). She cocurated group show “Perched in the Eye of a Tornado”(Ying Space, 2015); curated group show “Soft Haze” (Thomas Erben Gallery, 2016) and co-curated of “Towards the emergence of resistance”(Taikang Space, 2016). Yuan co-founded Salt Projects, a research-based curatorial studio in downtown Beijing.


Han Xinyi

Han Xinyi (born in 1988) is a curator and writer. She graduated from China Acade

Beijing. Partici-pated 9th Shanghai Biennale “Reactivation” as overseas project coordinator; Cocurated Wu Shan-zhuan & Inga Svala Thorsdottir’s exhibition “What A Form: A Reportage” in OCT Contemporary Art Terminal, Shenzhen in 2013; Independent curatorial program “Never Arriving” was selected in 2014 Summer Curatorial Call, Xi’an OCT Contemporary Art Terminal; Cocurated “Perched in the Eye of a Tornado” in 2015, Ying Space, Beijing; In 2016, She co-founded Salt Projects, a research-based curatorial studio; Curated “The Desolate Timeline” in Telescope, Beijing; Cocurated “The Secret Chamber” in A.M. Space, Shanghai. Her reviews can be seen in, LEAP, The Art Newspaper Chinese, Art Contemporary and The Bund Pictorial.