YEUNG Yang is an independent curator, writer and university lecturer. Her curation includesArt Responds to 14QK (2007), Burdening Representations – historical memory of China from Hong Kong (2009) and Around sound art festival & retreat 2009, 2010, 2013. Her recent publications include Hong Kong/China Photographers Series 7 – Alfred Ko (Hong Kong, 2012); “Putting sensitivity in place – artist Phoebe Hui” and “Divided Attention – artist Samson Young” in Hong Kong Artists, 20 Portraits (Eds. Cordelia and Christoph Noe, Hong Kong 2012); and “Art education in the university itself – a perspective from general education” in What Do Artists Know? (Ed. James Elkins, Chicago 2012). She is editor of Away from the Crowd – the art of Jaffa Lam (Hong Kong, 2013) and Pocket 2: say, Listen (Hong Kong, 2013). She founded soundpocket in 2008. (www.soundpocket.org.hk) She currently teaches classics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She was awarded the ACC Fellowship in 2013.