龙盼（1991年生于江西，现生活工作于中国）龙盼是一个工作于艺术、调研、技术和社群的社会实践艺术家，她使用数码和生物材料，例如真菌、植物、污染物、电子元件、矿物等，媒介包含但不限于生物雕塑、装置、影像、摄影等，围绕生物修复和生物政治学问题进行合作。她对环境中的人类足迹，以及生物对环境变化的反应感兴趣，尤其是对中國在生态窘境和活跃的科技活动之间的矛盾。她通过 "植物冶金学 "和 "真菌降解 “等生物技术，使环境不可见的变化变得可见。她希望通过跨学科的研究、田野工作和视觉艺术表达，为我们提供一个全新的视角，读解当代工业社会下人类的生存与环境之间更深层的、往往被忽视的关系。探索和呈现人类所处的整个生命网络的’秘密对应’。
龙盼于2019年硕士毕业于中国美术学院，她于2022参加“蘑菇之语-万物互联的网络”的真菌展，在此展览中龙盼呈现了她将真菌特性与生态议题结合并进行艺术转化的尝试。由于她对生态命题的关注，使她近期获得佳士得赞助北京当代艺术基金会“女性艺术家资助计划”；获得2022克劳斯亲王基金会-应对环境变化导师奖，以及2022瑞士SÜDKULTUR FONDS 艺术家扶持计划。在2021年其作品“风铃”获得雷电所青年扶持计划“经史子集-研究型作品奖”。此外，她的菌丝设计提案也入围2021中国可持续设计大奖青年创新大奖板块。因为在龙盼看来，她对生物特性的研究不仅可以作为艺术表达的方式，也可以将这些研究转化为针对生态问题的解方。
Long Pan (born in 1991 in Jiangxi, now lives and works in China). Long Pan is a social practice artist working in art, research, technology and community. She collaborates around issues of bioremediation and biopolitics using digital and biological material such as fungi, plants, pollutants, electronics, minerals, etc. She is interested in the human footprint in the environment, and the biological response to environmental change, especially in China's struggle between ecological embarrassment and technological exuberance. She is also focus on making invisible changes in the environment visible through biotechnologies such as "phytometallurgy" and "fungal degradation". Through interdisciplinary research, fieldwork and visual art expression, she hopes to provide us with a fresh perspective to read the deeper and often overlooked relationship between human existence and the environment in contemporary industrial society. Exploring and presenting the 'secret correspondence' of the whole network of life in which human beings live.Her art mediums include but are not limited to bio-sculpture, ceramics, installation, video, photography, etc.
Long Pan, who graduated from the China Academy of Art in 2019 with a master's degree, participated in the Fungal Exhibition "The Language of Mushrooms -The interspecies internet" in 2022, in which Long Pan presented her work that combines the characteristics of fungi with ecological issues and transforms them into art. Her interest in ecological propositions has led to her Awarded CHRISTIE'S sponsors the Beijing Contemporary Art Foundation's "Women Artists Grant"；Awarded for the 2022 Prince Claus Foundation - Mentorship for Environmental Change and the 2022 SÜDKULTUR FONDS Artist Support Program in Switzerland. In 2021, her work “Wind Bells” also awarded the "Research Award" by the Raiden Institute Youth Support Program. In addition, her mycelium design was also shortlisted in the Youth Innovation Award section of the 2021 China Sustainable Design Award. In Long Pan's opinion, her research on biological characteristics can not only be used as a way of artistic expression, but can also be a solution for ecological problems.