Writing is a process of healing.
We Take Everything with Us - Walker Cinema
Virtual Self-Care Package by Mia - Xiaolu Wang
Filmmaker Focuses on Narrative Healing
artists I admire interview series by Jes Reyes - Xiaolu Wang
walker art - 2019: The Year According to Xiaolu Wang
crosscuts - We Are the Wind We've Been Waiting for: Send Me to the Clouds
mnartists - To Come Back to Love: Reminders for Making Visible the Invisible
art & healing exhibition - organized by Minneapolis Institute of Art, more articles.
twin cities daily planet - community journalism
into quarterly - a time capsule of a city
saint paul almanac - an annual collection of stories, poems, and artwork related to the city
cowbird - a public library of human experience
大卫·芬奇专访：这一切毋庸置疑 - It’s All True: A Conversation with David Fincher
何去何从？：自杀和在未知中前行 - Now What?: Suicidality and Planning for an Uncertain Present
单读 (One Way Street Journal)
Xiaolu's work has been screened at local theaters and film festivals on occupied dakota land, including TPT, Walker Art Center, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Cinema Lounge, Pangea World Theater, Feminist Video Quarterly, friend's pop up restaurant and international film festivals.
She believes that examining the interior world brings us closer to collective liberation, it is her aspiration to stay open to the Way.
Xiaolu Wang is a self-taught filmmaker and translator from the Hui Muslim Autonomous Region of China. Her first short film, Dumpling, has been screened at local and international film festivals, as well as friend's food pop-ups. She contributed translations to journals including 单读, onlimbo, and Cinephila. She received the 2019 Jerome Film and Media grant for her upcoming documentary, The Subversive Sirens. She lives in Minneapolis with two cats who sleep on separate couches.