Cao Fei‘s exhibition now up at MoMA PS1 might be her first-ever museum show in America, but the Beijing-based multimedia artist is having no trouble settling in. She kicked things off this past weekend with a Chinese food-themed rock show, prancing around a stage hung with cardboard butcher meat cutouts in a propeller hat and a bright red embroidered Gucci track suit. It was a fitting ensemble: Cao is one of the artists Gucci designer Alessandro Michele hand-picked for the brand’s GucciGram project, a collaboration revealed recently at Art Basel Hong Kong. (Although her photo series put the brand’s Tian print in the context of contemporary China, which is the basis of much of her social commentary, she kept things irreverent and cheeky, like when the print showed up on a pair of underwear.) Mixing commentary with fantasy, in her PS1 exhibition Fei has also immersed herself in Chinese cosplay communities and dived into the online virtual world Second Life. Whether in real life or as her video game avatar, China Tracy, she’s a delight to behold.