ZENG Hong, Dr.

  • 8 Castle Peak Road, Tuen Mun

    Hong Kong

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ZENG Hong is an academic and curator. Her research interests lie in visual culture and creative industries in Hong Kong and China, with focus on contemporary art and film. Her curatorial projects bring political, societal, and ecological exigency to the fore via exploring the expressive mechanism of multiple art media. Her academic publications could be found in peer-reviewed journals Continuum, Journal of Visual Art Practice, and Asian Cinema. She curated Hong Kong in Poor Images at Ely Center of Contemporary Art (United State, 2020) and Blown Away—Art, Science, and Extreme Weather at Tai Kwun—Center for Heritage and Arts (Hong Kong, 2019). She was the 2020 Yale-China Arts Fellow and was a visiting scholar at the School of the Arts, Columbia University in 2015.

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  • SDG 5 - Gender Equality


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