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Yutao is a Los Angeles-based multidisciplinary artist with an architectural background born and raised in China.

Her project aims to rewrite the existing anthropocentrism metaphor with symbols from more complex historical sources that don't require specific cultural structures to understand.

She is not interested in simulating a disenchanted, unreal nature that is isolated from humans. Instead, she uses dramatic images to suggest a conflict between life and death, emphasizing that every living thing in the biosphere is not something that we could hold on to it.

By borrowing ideas from premodern mythology that supports pantheism and animism, she breaks down the traditional rigid masculine narrative. She hopes to provide a non-human perspective in her work, representing everything from plankton to whales in the biosphere.

Her goal is to fuse the boundaries of art, technology and ecology through visual storytelling.

Award & Honors

SideFx Houdini

Work featured in online Gallery 
March, 2021

Luminarium: A Culture of Lights

Work exhibited in LA ArtBox, Los Angeles 
Oct, 2021

BEAM Studio

Winned Kaleidoverse: Entry of Visual and Fashion &  Best Popularity Award
Jul, 2022

Mitologie Digitali

Paticipated multi-venue exhibition in the city of Prato,Italy
Nov - Dec, 2022

Upcomming Exhibition in Taizhou Contemporary Art Museum


SCI-Arc spotlights ten architecture and design projects
Oct, 2022


Published “Asian Futurism World-building with Motion Graphics Using C4D and Houdini” in Discover channel
Jan, 2023