Lia Su's work frequently deals with the relationship between listening, voice, body, time and space. Working across the sound, video, installation and live performance to explore ideas surrounding cross-cultural, gender, contemporary society, and post-digital identity.

With works that consider her Eastern philosophy and contemporary art, in particular, the intersection between Tao Te Ching and the nature of sound - the invisible, the itinerant. These research and practice examine constructions of 'nothing' 'change' by combining new object and five senses.

Lia has exhibited, performed and presented projects within the China and UK including 798 Art Zone, Beijing; National Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing; IKLECTIK, London; 5th Base Gallery, London.

She completed a BA in Sound Design and Art at National Academy of Chinese Theatre Arts in 2016 and she is currently undertaking Master of Arts degree of Sound Arts at University of the Art London.

She continues a dual career as concert pianist and sound artist.