Li-Ming was born in Palmerston North and grew up in Auckland. She makes videos, objects, installations and performances with a carnivalesque sensibility, and is a firm believer in the generative and subversive possibilities of humour. Her work examines the performance of subjectivities via cultural production, often using pop culture as a critical lens.
Whose laundry is cleanest? Who scrubs the hardest? Who has the better stain removal services?