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Huaijin Li (Moki)/李怀瑾

b. 1998


Her work involves performance art, installation art, painting, photography, and multimedia. She studied people's daily sleep status and sleep environment, and the impact of people moving to new cities on themselves, and the relationship between different cities. She used chili pepper as the creation material to express the unconscious over-protection and restraint of families in the growth of children, which is reflected in the repeated friction between skin and pepper powder, and the pain of capsaicin infiltrating into the skin.

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