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Phoebe Wong
Phoebe Wong has a background in design and anthropology. She is a Hong Kong-based culture worker with a special interest in contemporary art, design, and visual media. She is a co-founder of the Community Museum Project, a research and curatorial collective dedicated to revaluating indigenous creativity and the under-represented histories and practices of the everyday. Wong was Head of Research at the Asia Art Archive before becoming an independent researcher and writer in 2012. Wong is currently a member of the International Association of Art Critics, Hong Kong, and a Board Director of Videotage.
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A Conversation with Wong Wai Yin
Volume 16, Number 1, January/February 2017
by Phoebe Wong
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Recalcitrantly Yours: Histories, Truths, and Myths of the 1967 Disturbances
Volume 16, Number 3, May/June 2017
by Phoebe Wong
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The Parallax of Generations and Genders: Women in Art, the Hong Kong Case
Volume 17, Number 4, July/August 2018
by Phoebe Wong and Eliza Gluckman
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