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Sicheng Wang​

Respond to Feb. 24th Morning / 对2.24日清晨的回答
Collaborate with Gao Zhejun

Then I turned and raised my eyes and looked, and behold, four chariots were coming from between two mountains. Then I answered and said to the angel who talked with me, “What are these, my lord?” And the angel answered and said to me, “These are four spirits of heaven, plague, war, famine, death, who go out from their station before the Lord of all the earth. ” He said, “Go, walk to and fro throughout the earth.” So they walked to and fro throughout the earth. — Revelation 


_ Respond to Feb. 24th Morning 2022


_ Virtual Immunization Project 2021

video, music, 3D animation, VR, game

_ 2020 Fall, Threat 2020

video, music

_ Spring to Summer in NYC 2020


_Memory Device2020

video, 3D animation, VR interactive

_Take the skies to travel, 2019

multichannel videos

_East Lake, 2019-2018


_Time is a river with no banks, 2018

installation, video

_Sunset of Baltimore, 2018-2017

paintings, installation, digital paintings, video

_Breaking down space, 2017-2016

paintings, installations

Installation “Respond to Feb. 24th Morning”, 202203, collaborated with Gao Zhejun.


Me and Gao Zhejun used the installation “Respond to Feb. 24th Morning” to light the lighthouse at MAM Shanghai for calling peace. We sent “Peace” as morse code by light as a response to the war, at the same time, screened artists’ work at day and send code at night.



Project: “Art for Peace”, curated by Gao Zhejun and Wang Sicheng.


Today is March 24th, one month after Russia launched the invading war. We invited artist friends all around the world to call for peace together. The project was reported and taken down soon. But thanks MAM Shanghai for presenting it. At least we acted and tried. I never thought I could be a witness of four houses, plague, war, famine, and death, walked to and fro throughout the earth.

Artist list:

Kanat Akar (Turkey)

CameraDog  (China)

Shi Yubin  (China)

Arooj Zahid (Pakistan)


Nick Bentz (the U.S.)

Misha Ilyin  (Russia)

Simon Grind  (Sweden)

Yael Sloma  (Israel)

Leah Zhang (China)

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