Hua was born in Xinjiang Autonomous Region, China, and lives and works in China and Europe. She studied Fine Art for her BA at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London in 2012. And completed her MA in Ceramics and Glass at Royal College of Art in 2018.

Hua Wang’s experimental practice can be seen as a ceramics testing ground as well as aconceptual laboratory that investigates on diverse personal, social and political themes. Part of a generation of Chinese artists who grew up during a period of rapid urbanisation,she said “Gender, hierarchy, there is often more to this matter than meets the eye. My work to me is a surreal interpretation of the imperfect physical world.”

Using a range of different types of clay and methods of making on philosophical ideas such asthe increasing materialism and obsolescence of our society. Hua employs drawing, painting, sculpture and video to echo conditions where family stories and social events are inextricably interwoven into an autobiographical structure.

Hua Wang


2009 Graduated from Fine Arts School Affiliated to Central Academy of Fine Arts, China

2012 Graduated from Fine Art Department, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, UK

2016-2018 Studying at the Ceramics and Glass Department, Royal College of Art, UK

Currently lives and works in London

Selected Exhibitions

2012 CSM Degree Show, Granary Building, London,UK

2013 Dialogue between Art and Fashion, CHI Garden Concept Store, Beijing, China

2014 Cheap and Cheerful, Kadakada Fashion Boutique, Shanghai, China

2017 RCA work in progress show, RCA Woo Building, London,UK Emerging and Established, Christie’s, London, UK


RCA work in progress show, RCA Woo Building, London,UK

Materialise, Home of Preston Fitzgerald, London, UK

Flock Graduate Show, GX Gallery, London UK

The Future is personal, Westbank, London UK

Pink Illusion, 2018 London Design festival, TOAD Gallery, London, UK

To The Core, White Crypt, London, UK

We Grow Into The Forest, The Art Pavilion, Mile End Park, London, UK

MicroActs, Hotel Elephant, London,UK

China Craft Week, Hangzhou Creative Design centre, Hangzhou, CN

Ceramics and Glass, The Culture Power Institute, Shanghai, CN

BCK Film Symposium, Balkan Can Kino, Athens, Greece

Yoni Fest, Echo Park Film Center, Los Angeles, USA

Sahelanthropus v.o Exhibition and screening, Middlesbrough, UK

New Horizon, Coast Gallery, Zhuhai, CN