My practice stems from a fascination with kawaii culture (the culture of cuteness prevalent in East Asia), psychoanalysis and craft. These interests act as a backdrop for my investigation into the ambivalent nature of issues such as infantilization, fetish, domesticity, etc., and their impact on the individual and collective mind.
Amy Meng是一位以纤维为基础的跨学科艺术家，在澳大利亚Gadigalland生活和工作，拥有新南威尔士大学建筑学学士学位、克兰布鲁克艺术学院纤维系的艺术硕士学位。她的作品曾在美国和澳大利亚展出，在Curious Magazine和OyeDrum在内的多家出版物上发表。
Amy Meng is a fiber-based interdisciplinary artist living and working on Gadigal land, Australia. She holds a Bachelor in Architectural Studies from the University of New South Wales, and an MFA from the Fiber department at the Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her work has been exhibited across the United States and Australia, and featured in several publications, including Curious Magazine and OyeDrum.