Huang Siyuan (Moi) is an artist/designer/curator based between London, Toronto, and Shanghai. She seeks to explore social and environmental issues through her work. She believes that developing new narrative forms can help cut through informational noise. Moi prefers to create immersive projects and believes in sensory participation, and she uses fragmented elements and minimalism to encourage participants to think and interact in new ways.
Moi completed her BA in Graphic Design at the Ontario College of Art and Design. Moving between places brings her a unique view of the world from different perspectives, making her work more focused on resonating and linking with many different communities.
Past exhibitions: Ford Gallery, Eastern Michigan University.
Esther Klein Gallery, Philadelphia.
Shanghai Power Station of Art.
Shanghai Himalayas Museum.
Curated and designed:
Visual Identity of POP-UP in Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto.
Designer of the Visual identity of the RCA IED 2021 show, "Proximity and Distance."
Design the opening ceremonies visuals for Centre Pompidou x West Bund Project - The Voice of Things
Visual identity design and printouts for West Bund Museum, Shanghai
Huawei's new color campaign illustration
App for Fredric Malle Perfume (China)