Ye Wuji was born in China Proper in 1991. In 2013, he was hit by the sound of Rawap at the foot of the Flaming Mountain and got fascinated by it. Later, he became a member of the Central Asian Palov-osh Society (CAPS) ）and believed that Palov-osh was the most delicious food ever on this planet.
2014年毕业于四川美术学院（Sichuan Fine Art Institute）；获学士学位（BFA）
Wuji’s practice is not bounded to any single medium, he emphasises the importance of investigating and researching external phenomena and digging his own feelings and interweaving the two in his practice. He likes using different coping strategies to explore situations and scenarios that may have the potential to transcend and transform itself. The strategies can be considered as a process of negotiation or a glitch that interferes with the mechanism. Wuji is interested in observing the pervasiveness of the myths, narratives, and concepts on which modern societies are built and exploring the representation of them and seeking the politics of everyday life to discuss them. Since 2015, he mainly focused on the north and south of the Tianshan Mountain, Central Asia and the vast Eurasian continent connected with.
Partly of Wuji’s works have been exhibited in G museum, Nanjing, CN (2021), Magician Space，Beijing, CN (2020) Yell Space, Chongqing, CN (2019); Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam, NL (2017); Kingsgate Project Space, London, UK (2016); National Gallery, Prague, CZE (2016); OCAT, Shenzhen, CN (2014). He received the honorary mentions of the jury, Start Point Prize in 2016.