Funa Ye (born 1986, in Kunming, China) works in varied media includes video, Photography, installation, performance and participation projects.
Funa’s practice is mainly concerned with the relationship between the realities of everyday life, the perceived connection between authority and many areas of social life such as different power structure, ethnic groups, and the fictional space of propaganda for the concept of ‘perfection’ in an ideological system, and utopian landscape. Therefore, the work is politically charged, subtly engaged in pastiche as a satirizing style of propaganda. The work of Funa is rich in reference, parody and irony of the uniformity cultures. Recently Funa became a social activist. She organizing some internet based participatory, crowd- sourcing projects, such as Exhibitionist: Curated Nail and Peep Stream. She is using internet to work with people, questioning how art system may be incorporated into our private lives and social activities.
Recent exhibition include “We=Link: Ten Easy Pieces”, Chronus Art Center (Shanghai); Art Center Nabi (Seoul); and Rhizome of the New Museum (New York), 2020;“Flow Out”, Bilsart, 2019;“From Hand to Hand”，Nottingham Cotemporary，2018 and “Alternative Cinema”，Metro Pictures，2017.
近期展览包括“We=Link: 十个小品”，新时线媒体艺术中心（上海）、那比艺术中心（首尔）、新美术馆Rhizome（纽约）; “成都·蓬皮杜：‘全球都市’国际艺术双年展”，成都东郊记忆，成都;“从手到手”，诺丁汉艺术中心，英国；“替代影院”，METRO PICTURES画廊，纽约。
funa yeA room of my thought (clip), 2014
video; running time: 2':47"