Chengwei Geng (b.1998, China), the only child of a Lacanian psychoanalyst mother and a homicide detective father.
Someone who finds disappointments within human interactions, but still tries when she is sick of herself.
Has a mild addiction towards things that existed before she did, something you'll hear a lot if she ever befriends you: "I can't only talk to dead people, can I?" (perhaps the dead won't disappoint her as much)
Peculiar one, she is. Treats her lifelong disability like a gift from heaven. When alcohol is involved, she'll probably confess with tears in her eyes: "I didn't choose this but life is what you make of it."
And she did make something out of it, in 2019 she graduated from The University of Brighton with a BA degree in Fine Art Painting; then continued her journey at the RCA. Although, she would say: " There's always more to search for in one lifetime. Don't be shallow!" (If this is not pretentious, I don't know what is.)
Now... If you're still interested. Below is a selection of works she chose and paired with witty descriptions, have a look. Closely if you want to, roughly if you're rushing through life. Either way, I hope you enjoy.
"Isn't it pretty to think so?"