Ying Miao 苗颖 is a new media artist who currently resides on The Internet, Chinese Internet (the GFW) and her Smartphone.  In real life.

In 2007, she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the New Media Arts department of the China Academy of Fine Arts. In 2009, she received her MFA from the School of Art and Design at Alfred University, with a focus in Electronic Integrated Arts. 

She has been focusing on Internet Art with an emphasis on the Chinese Internet since 2007, when she made, The Blind Spot (words censored from google.cn), shown in the Western New York Biannual. Her works have a strong awareness of the ever-changing technology of our time, the relationship of body and machine and reality versus simulation. 

Utilizing experimental formats; such as GIF, APPs and Second Life, the artist seeks to find an icon for the Internet Age. Ying Miao explores in a humorous way, the visual language born from the Internet, and it’s effect on how it changes us as we interact with it.

She has shown her gifs, videos, digital prints, artist books and interactive installations in Mainland China, Taiwan, Europe, the United States and in the virtual world of Second Life.