GU JIAQI (GRACKI)
Jiaqi Gu(b.1998, Xiangyang, Hubei) lives and studies in Glasgow. Jiaqi was an artist、
photographer and producer. She is deeply interested in visual arts, humanities and
geography, and also fashion cultural.
Jiaqi studied her BA degree in East China Normal University(2016-2020), where she started
her practice in contemporary art, including making sculpture, performing and
When she studying in MLitt Fine Art Practice, Glasgow School of Art(2021-2022), she begun
to do a long-term project about her hometown and Scotland, which includes
photographs, videos and sculptures.
I witnesses a Chinese tower in Loch Ness
This Chiese tower is located in my hometown and called Zhongxuan Building, Zhongxuan is the courtesy name of Wang Can (177–217), he was a Chinese politician and poet who lived during the late Eastern Han dynasty of China. He contributed greatly to the establishment of laws and standards during the founding days of the vassal kingdom of Wei – the forerunner of the state of Cao Wei in the Three Kingdoms period – under the warlord Cao Cao, who was the de facto head of the Han central government in the final years of the Eastern Han dynasty. For his literary achievements, Wang Can was ranked among the Seven Scholars of Jian’an.