Julian Junyuan Feng is an artist and writer based in Shanghai, China, currently teaching at NYU Shanghai. He received his B.S. in physics from Fudan University and M.F.A. in fine arts from the University of Pennsylvania. His recent projects and exhibitions include “Steadfastly Revise for the Standards in Nonproductive Construction,” Long March Independent Space, 2023; “Penny Dreadful,” totalab, Shanghai, 2022; “An Impulse to Turn,” Inside-Out Art Museum, Beijing, 2020; “Hic sunt leones,” 798 Art Center, Beijing, 2019; “Building Code Violations III: Special Economic Zone,” Times Museum, Guangzhou, 2018. Feng co-curated the exhibition “Whatever works, whatever it takes” with Zhihui Zhang at Goethe-Institut China in 2019. In 2021, he co-curated the exhibition “Liquid Ground” with Alvin Li at Para Site in Hong Kong and a second, traveling iteration at UCCA Dune in 2022. He was a finalist for the 2018 Huayu Youth Award. His writing has appeared in e-flux architecture, frieze, Artforum, Flash Art, Heichi Magazine and LEAP Magazine. In 2022, Feng co-founds independent art space and curatorial office totalab with fellow curator and writer Evonne Jiawei Yuan.