A semi-nomadic artist, graphic designer, and illustrator, Livia Xie has moved from city to city, country to country throughout her life. Her practice explores the intersection of place, memory, and identity in art and design, specifically through the lens of her Eastern cultural heritage and Western upbringing. Fascinated by the versatility of graphics to tell and shape narratives, Livia engages with multiple mediums to create experimental books, paintings and prints, and immersive installations. She has designed exhibition graphics and catalogues for exhibitions at the Bund One Art Museum, Shanghai including Ukiyo-e: A Dream Journey to Edo and Monet: Impression Sunrise. She received her BFA in Studio Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and her MA in Graphic Design from Maryland Institute College of Art.