Xi Li (b. 1995 Suzhou, China; lives and works in Brooklyn) is a Chinese artist who works with photography and video. Her work focuses on how personal and collective memory affect the perception of histories, in order to reckon with fictional and non-fictional realities. She is interested in blurring the lines between real and imagined space, using various methods of construction, simulation and intervention. Her work has been exhibited in Green Hall Gallery at Yale School of Art in New Haven, MadeIn Gallery in Shanghai, Inna Art Space in New York and also has been featured on platforms like Artforum, Nylon China, Jiazazhi, Musée Magazine, Aint-Bad Magazine and others. Her self-published book Traces of Invisibilities has been shortlisted for Photo 2020 x Perimeter International Photobook Prize. Xi is currently an MFA candidate at the Yale School of Art.