China Blue

China Blue is an international artist interested in how our world is built from our sensations and perceptions and how this emerging umwelt provides not only a basis for exploring the inner world of the mind, but also how technological extensions of our senses, provide a way to transcend their limits. Her work enhances the audience’s perceptual world through her investigations and explorations.

China Blue is an art pioneer who has been nominated to a two year Artist-in-Resident with the Norman Prince Neurosciences Institute at the Rhode Island Hospital. She has received two NASA/RI Space Grants and is the first person to record the Eiffel Tower in Paris and discover her sound. She has also been awarded the Rhode Island State Council for the Arts, Fellowship.

In 2013 China Blue was the US Representative at Tokyo Wondersite’s Experimental Art Fair. In 2012 her exhibition at the Newport Art Museum “Firefly Projects” was nominated the “Best Museum Show Nationally by the International Association of Art Critics. In 2008 she represented the US at OPEN XI in Venice, Italy an exhibition held in conjunction with the Architecture Biennale.

Reviews of her work have been published in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Art in America, Art Forum and artCritical to name a few. She has been interviewed by France 3 (TV), for the film “Com-mu-nity” produced by the Architecture Institute of America. She has been an invited speaker at Adobe, Creative Tech Week, Harvard, Yale, MIT, Berkelee School of Music, Reed College and Brown University and an adjunct professor and Fellow at Brown University. She is also a member of RI’s Congressman Langevin’s Committee for Art & Culture, an advisor to the RI State Art & Health Committee and the Founder of The Engine Institute.