Pan Daijing is an artist and composer. Born and raised in Guiyang, China and currently based in Berlin.

Her performance based practice explores modes of storytelling across sound, movement, architectural environment and moving images. Drawing on the capacity of music to exceed the limits of language, her work communicates sonic, physical and psychological depths, seeking a means of connection beyond the human condition. Exploring the sphere of opera and psychoacoustics, she uses both recording techniques and live performance to expand the listening experience and challenge the understanding of music as an art form.

Daijing has exhibited and performed work at institutions, venues and festivals internationally, such as  Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin (2020);  Tate Modern, London (2019); Biennale of Moving Image, Geneva (2018); Barbican Centre, London (2018); Elbphilharmonie Hamburg (2018); Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin(2017); Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2017) and Volksbühne, Berlin (2016).

In 2021, she is showing two new commissioned artworks at Power Station of Art as part of 13th Shanghai Biennale and Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong.