As a curator, editor, and translator, Dot considers diasporic feelings as worldmaking and translation as close reading.
She is currently based in Manchester where she works as curator at esea contemporary.
Dot is a working group member of the Feminist Duration Reading Group, and editor of bilingual magazine
chán. Projects and collaborations have been with ICA London; Spike Island, Bristol; Power Station of Art, Shanghai; Goldsmiths CCA, London; Chisenhale Gallery, London; Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong; The Mosaic Rooms, London; Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing.
Dot completed studies in social psychology in Germany and received an MFA in Curating from Goldsmiths, and an MA in History of Art from The Courtauld. She is the recipient of
PSA Emerging Curator Award 2021,
ACE Lottery Project Grants, The University of Bristol Writing Bursary, Swiss Arts Council, Goldsmiths Curating Departmental Bursary, University Bremen merit-based scholarship.
Before coming to the UK, Dot called Jiaxing, Vancouver, Portland, Vienna, and Bremen home. In displacement, she lingers for care.