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.
Cuts in Synchronicity: Paintings by Yeung Tong Lung @ ACO art Space – “Your paintings embrace life as it is, leaving the figures towering with..
Exit Strategies @ H Queen’s – Full of paradoxes: the imminent implosion of jungles in a stairwell hewn out of the concrete jungle of Central..
Noguchi for Danh Vo: Counterpoint @ M+ Pavilion – as if blessed with the grace of air, the exhibition traces contours only sea waves can make…