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MING WONG

Address: Unit 10, The Fire Station, 30 Gillender St, London E14 6RH
Mobile: 07788447070         Email: mingwong@london.com

born Singapore 1971, lives & works London since 1996


TRAINING

    MFA at the Slade School of Art, University College London, 1997-99
     (Fine Art Media, Tutor: Bruce McLean)
    Diploma of Fine Arts (Chinese Art) at Nanyang Academy, Singapore, 1992-95


EXHIBITIONS (*denotes one man show)

    Peninsula                       Singapore History Museum, Feb/Mar 2006
    Lassie Come Home                Camden Arts Centre, Feb 2006
    LabiLabu                        The Esplanade, Singapore Oct 05 – Jan 06
    Whodunnit?                      Toynbee Studios, London June 2005*
    Homofonia                       The British Library, London Feb 2005*
    Whodunnit?                      Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester 2004*
    Re:Thinking:Time                Peterborough City Art Museum, Peterborough 2004
    Tape291                         291 Gallery, London 2004
    Glamour                         Windows Gallery, British Council Prague 2003
    Michael Marriott & Ming Wong    Windows Gallery, British Council Prague 2003
    ASSEMBLY                        Sackler Centre of Arts Education, Serpentine Gallery 2002
    The Acton Art Crawl             Acton Town, London 2002
    Camden Remix                    Camden Town, 2001
    Waterwall                       Regents Canal, Kings Cross, London 2001
    Dia E Vento                     Teatro do Campo Alegre, Porto, Portugal 2001
    swipe2001                       PVA MediaLab, Bridport, Dorset 2001
    No Sleep till Hammersmith       The Central Space, London 2001
    Cultural Advancement            Century Gallery, London 2001
    TOW                             Millenium Festival Project, Camden Lock, London 2000
    ROSL Scholars’ Exhibition       Royal Over-Seas League, London & Edinburgh 2000
    EAST International              Norwich Gallery, Norwich 2000
    Hello Kitty Kitty Bang Bang     Watermans Arts Centre, London 2000*
    Mixage                          Alliance Francaise, Singapore 1999
    FLASH                           Arti et Industriae, Den Haag, The Netherlands 1999
    Doing Time                      Crowbar, London 1998
    Lighten Up                      Crowbar, London 1998
    More of the Same                Royal Over-Seas League, London/Edinburgh 1998
    Hotbed                          Gallery A, London 1998
    Familiar Faces                  Alliance Francaise, Singapore 1998*
    London Artists’ Book Fair       Barbican Centre, London 1997
    Singapore Art ’97               S’pore International Convention & Exhibition Centre 1997
    Test Site 01                    Gallery A, London UK 1997
    Karaoke (The Electric Geisha)   Royal Over-Seas League, London/Edinburgh 1996/97*
    The Figure                      Earl Lu Gallery, Singapore 1996
    Ka-Ra-you-OK?                   Substation Gallery, Singapore 1996*
    Singapore Art ’95               S’pore International Convention & Exhibition Centre 1995
    Wayang Sayang                   Substation Gallery, Singapore 1995*
    ROSL Annual Open Exhibition     Royal Over-Seas League, London/Edinburgh 1994
AWARDS/COMMISSIONS/RESIDENCIES

   Nominated for Jerwood Artists Platform 2006
   The Fire Station Residency and Bursary, awarded by ACME Studios. (Apr 2005)
   Pearson Creative Research Fellowship, at the British Library. (Nov 2003 – Feb 2005)
   ‘Silent Films’ commission from Statement Media Arts, Bath. (Oct 2003)
   London Artists Film & Video Award from Film London. (2002/2003)
   Combined Arts Award from London Arts for The Acton Art Crawl. (2002)
   PVA MediaLab commission & residency for new media festival swipe2001. (2001)
   Big Screens Year of the Artist Residency, Arts Council England/ACAVA (2001)
   Nominated for Beck’s Futures ICA Art Award 2001
   ACAVA First Base Studio Award (2000)
   Summer Residency at Hospitalfield, Scotland from Royal Over-Seas League (1998)
   Chen Chong Swee Arts Scholarship, National Arts Council, Singapore (1997)
   Lee Foundation Study Grant, Singapore (1997)
   Arts Bursary (Overseas), National Arts Council, Singapore (1996)
   Scotland/Singapore Cultural Exchange Programme, National Arts Council
    Singapore/Royal Over-Seas League/Strathclyde Regional Council (1994)
   Liquitex Excellence in Art Student Programme grant, Liquitex Internaltional USA (1994)
   National Arts Council/Lioness Club of Singapore Arts Scholarship (1993-94)


CURATORIAL PROJECTS

   Project Manager/Curator for Labculture Singapore, a new media artists’ exchange
    programme, jointly organised by PVA MediaLab (UK) & The Substation (Singapore)
    (2004/05)
   Artist Advisor for the London Arts Development Fund: Visual Artists 2002/2003
    (Timebased category)
   Co-curator with Martin Newth for Drawing the Central Space, Central Space Gallery,
    London (2001)


ART EDUCATION PROJECTS

   Bluescreen video project in conjunction with Nick Relph/Oliver Payne exhibition at the
    Serpentine Gallery (Sept 2005)
   Digital imaging project and artwork commission exploring identity with students at Lister
    School, organised by the Photographers Gallery & Creative Partnerships East.
    (Mar-Apr 2004)
   Inter-Faith digital art project in collaboration with Churchill Gardens Youth Club &
    Avenues Youth Centre, organised by Serpentine Gallery & Westminster City Council.
    (Jan-Feb 2004)
   Digital art project with Deaf students at Frank Barnes School for the Deaf, projections
    on waterwall in Regents’ Canal, organised by The Roundhouse, Camden Council &
    Plugfish. (Jan-Mar 2003)
   Artist-in-residence at Serpentine Gallery, collaborating with students from Quintin
    Kynaston School and Royal Brompton Hospital School on a digital face-morphing
    project. (2002)
   Digital mural commission for Acton High School and digital art workshops with students
    exploring cultural identity following a talk by Neville Lawrence, father of Stephen
    Lawrence. (2000/2001)
THEATRE WORK

   Selected for international residencies at the Royal Court Theatre in London (1995) and
    the Kitchen Center for Video, Music, Dance, Performance, Film, and Literature, in New
    York City (2000).
   Professional playwright in Singapore. Wrote the musical Chang & Eng based on the
    lives of the Siamese Twins, which has been presented in Singapore, Bangkok, Beijing,
    Kuala Lumpur. (1997-2001)
   Other plays include Balls (1998), Ka-Ra-you-OK? (1996) & Wayang Sayang (1993).


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS / WEBLINKS

   Yishu Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art fall issue, Taiwan/Canada Sept 2004
   (Ticking the Boxes: Definition and Categorisation in the Work of Chinese Artists in the UK;
    Sally Lai, author)
   Mayor of London: From the margins into the mainstream - The Mayor's Equalities Report
    2002/03
   British Library: http://bllearning.co.uk/live/creativeresearch/ming/
   Everything Magazine contributing artist, UK 2002
   The Arts Magazine article contribution (Beyond Disciplines), Singapore 2000
   EAST International catalogue, UK 2000
   Royal Over-Seas League Scholars’ Exhibition catalogue, UK 2000
   contributing artist for www.photoinsight.co.uk
   The Slade Journal No. 3 contributing artist, UK 1999
   Mixage exhibition publication, Singapore 1999
   Doing Time exhibition publication, UK 1998
   Hotbed exhibition publication, UK 1998
   Asian Art News vol. 6 no.5 Sept-Oct 96, exhibition review, Singapore 1996

								
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