Zheng Bo

Zheng Bo, LIFE IS HARD. WHY DO WE MAKE IT SO EASY?, 2018. Photo: Abdulromae Taleh

Zheng Bo, Pteridophilia 2 (film still), 2018

Zheng Bo, Pteridophilia 3 (film still), 2018

Zheng Bo, LIFE IS HARD. WHY DO WE MAKE IT SO EASY?, 2018. Photo: Abdulromae Taleh

Zheng Bo (b. 1974, Beijing, China) lives and works in Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Zheng is committed to human and multispecies vibrancy. He investigates the past and imagines the future from the perspectives of marginalised communities and marginalised plants. Zheng creates weedy gardens, living slogans and eco-queer films. He is learning to cultivate ecological wisdom for a ‘Good Anthropocene’. Zheng is also a lecturer who has taught at China Academy of Art (2010 – 2013) and currently lectures at School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong. Recent exhibitions and presentations include ICA Shanghai (2019); @kcua in Kyoto (2019); Manifesta (2018); and Taipei Biennial (2018).