Jennifer Wen Ma is a visual artist whose interdisciplinary practice bridges varied media of installation, drawing, video, public art, design, performance, and theatre; often bringing together unlikely elements in a single piece, creating sensitive, poetic and poignant works.
Projects with international institutions include: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; Guggenheim Bilbao, Spain; National Art Museum of China: Ullens Center For Contemporary Art, Beijing; Vancouver Art Gallery; Seattle Art Museum; The Phillips Collection, Washington DC; Qatar Museums, Doha; Cass Sculpture Foundation, UK; Sydney Opera House, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; among others.
Ma has participated in many international festivals and biennials such as: Sydney Biennale, Singapore Biennial, Echigo-Tsumari Triennial, Lincoln Center Festival, Singapore International Festival of Arts, Spoleto Festival USA, Performa, among others.
Public installations include: “Nature and Man in Rhapsody of Light” at the Water Cube, The National Aquatic Center, Beijing, 2013; “In-Between World—Daydream Nation”, Digital Beijing Building, 2008; “Aeolian Garden”, Colle di Val d'Elsa, Italy, 2005, among others. In 2008, Ma received an Emmy award for her role as a core creative-team-member of the Beijing Olympics opening ceremony.