Installation view of the exhibition. Image courtesy David Luo


Senbo Yang

Co-curators: Zi Gu, Jing Li, Ruixuan Li


Oct 21-29, 2017

Opening Reception with the artist: Oct 21, 2017  6-8pm

About The Artist

Senbo Yang (b. 1990) is an emerging artist. His site-specific works reveal the nuances present in nature by employing atypical pairings of contexts, mediums and materials. Born and raised in South China, Yang moved to Providence, RI to study landscape architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design, and later relocated to NYC and then Berkeley, CA to pursue his design career. Read More >

About The Exhibition

Fuyou: staying drifting examines a cultural nomads’ life, one that is both physically and metaphorically unstable. Resulting from his residency at I-Park Foundation, Inc. Fuyou is the first solo exhibition of Berkeley-based Chinese artist, Senbo Yang (b. 1990). Featuring more than ten installations and mixed media works, the exhibition explores tranquility in the face of precariousness through the artist’s multiple encounters with the same model of IKEA bed across time and space.


View Available Works

THE DAY | Nature + Art = I-Park 

Among the winding forest trails of East Haddam’s I-Park, alone in the swamp marshes, rests a simple wooden framed Ikea bed. The bed stands tilted on the uneven terrain, with nothing but white sheets covering it. Read the full article >

TLS LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE | Senbo Returns From Successful Art Residency

TLS designer Senbo Yang participated in I-Park Foundation Artist-in-Residence Program on August 2017 and achieved significant recognition with a nomadic art installation DRIFTING. Read the full article >


GOOOOD HK | Abroad Series, #70

A bosom friend afar brings distant land near. The Oversea album shares the lives of Chinese living abroad with all. The No.70 episode is about Senbo Yang, who graduated from RISD and is now working for TLS. Read the full article>

City Zine | From Drifting to Fuyou

SinoVision | Fuyou: Staying Drifting

Since the beginning of this year, Soho based gallery Biggercode has supported young artists and has established itself as an showcase for fresh, contemporary, and often interactive work by rising international talent. Read the full article >