Lu Mingjun is currently an associate professor of art history at Arts College, Sichuan University. He holds a Ph.D. in History. Lu is also a curator and the director of Surplus Space. His recent curatorial projects include Frontier: Re-assessment of Post-Globalisational Politics(2017-2018), Assembling (2018), XU ZHEN®: Alien (2018), among many others. His essays have been published in Literature & Art Studies (Wenyi Yanjiu), Art Research (Meishu Yanjiu), Twenty-First Century (Hong Kong). His book projects are Visual Cognition and Art History: Michel Foucault, Hubert Damisch, Jonathan Crary (2014), Logos and Morale：Conception and Social Changes in the Painting Theory of Huang Binhong 1907-1954 (2018) and Post-sense Sensibility, Supermarket, Long March Project: Three Contemporary Art Exhibitions/Projects in 1999 and After (2019). Lu was also the grantee of Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Greater China Research Grant 2015. He received the 2016 Yishu Awards for Writing on Contemporary Chinese Art. In 2017, he was granted The Asian Cultural Council Fellowship. In the same year, Lu won the 6th CCAA Chinese Contemporary Art Critic Award.