Lemon Guo is an interdisciplinary artist, composer, and vocalist from the southeastern coast of China. With a background in Chinese folk music and social psychology, Lemon holds an MFA in Sound Art from Columbia University, BA in composition from the University of Virginia, and is currently a DMA student in composition at Stanford University. Drawn to the visceral and evocative nature of the voice, she creates voice-based performances and installations that explore things that haunt her and wouldn’t leave her alone. She has performed and exhibited her works internationally, in places such as Rubin Museum of Art (US), BBC Radio 3 (UK), Oregon Shakespeare Festival (US), International Computer Music Conference (Korea, US), and Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture (China). Lemon has held residencies at the Headlands Center for the Arts (US) and Making Tracks (UK). Lemon and multidisciplinary artist Mengtai Zhang’s 2021 VR documentary Diagnosia premiered at the Immersive Non-Fiction Competition at International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA), the New Frontier section at Sundance Film Festival (US), and ACM Siggraph (Canada). Diagnosia was also named a Webby Award honoree, won two Telly Awards, and won the Best Chinese Work at Sandbox Immersive Festival (China). Lemon created music for director Yi Tang’s short film All the Crows in the World, which won Palme d’Or at Festival de Cannes 2021 (France). She was a commissioned composer and sound designer for the UNDP. Lemon is also half of an experimental music duo Southeast of Rain with composer/pipa-player Sophia Shen and had released their debut album 42 Days in 2021 to critical acclaim.