All movements should kill the wind
Yuyan Wang (CN)
All movements should kill the wind
Film -

A man, that animal which shapes its environment, which also shapes its brain.
A fog, a bit harder than the air – the dust of stones.
A hexagonal structure, like a monolith of which one dare not ask questions.
Two hundred kilometres from Beijing I found a sculpture factory where men lived amidst rocks that were waiting to be broken, cut, polished.
The same gestures come back again and again to write a history of deterioration and repair.
This history is obliterated in the making of monuments. With the wind that inexorably scatters the traces of these actions.

Yuyan Wang
Yuyan Wang Chine
Promotion André S. Labarthe

Yuyan Wang graduated from the China National Academy of Fine Arts (Hangzhou, China) in 2012 and from the Beaux-arts, Paris, in 2016. Under the name of Nidgâté she makes multimedia projects that oscillate between performance, video and installation, often from an immersive perspective.


2012 - 2016 : École nationale supérieure des Beaux-arts de Paris
2008 - 2012 : Académie des arts de Chine

  • Image: Yuyan Wang
  • Son: Eléonore Mallo
  • Montage image: Clara Chapus
  • Montage son: Nicolas Verhaeghe
  • Mixage: Jérémy Morelle

Production : Le Fresnoy, Studio national des arts contemporains