Nuola is a native of China. She moved to San Francisco in 2014 to study social practice art in the graduate school of the California College of the Arts. She is also practicing in drama therapy, sound healing and expressive art groups to generate a socially engaged healing art project. Her platform of works is multimedia, performance, integrative embodiment game, sound and video installation. Her work relates to social engagement, healing art, bringing the body to perceive a multi-dimensional reality related to cosmology, movements, and space. She is exploring the relationships between body-art, art-community, and architecture-space.
“I would like to cooperate developing our cities and countryside, transforming our daily space into to discovery layers to integrate the human-planet-universe system. For That, I am learning and practicing the living art of “人”，“从” and “众”. “人” is the way of being human. “从” is the way of being connected with others. “众” is the way of living as the collective consciousness of the cosmos.
My interest to collaborate in Babalawo Satya Lab is to discover and practice deep connection with the spirit, bringing the invisible to be visible, to the public, and from an individual to the space which connects us. The invisible beauty is already here waiting for us to re-discover it.”