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Vennes Cheng Sauwai
Vennes Cheng Sauwai is a Hong Kong-based scholar, researcher, writer, and independent curator. She received a Ph.D. in Art History from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Cheng’s research areas include the modern and contemporary art of Hong Kong, Taiwan, and China, artist archives, archival art practices, and the historical and mnemonic contingencies in art. Her papers have been selected for presentation in various academic conferences and workshops. Her articles on Hong Kong and Chinese contemporary art have been published in Visual Art Archive in Asia, Yishu, Hong Kong Studies, The Museum Worlds, Journal of Curatorial Studies, and O-Square. Cheng gave a talk on the archive in Hong Kong contemporary art at Seoul Mediacity Biennale in 2018. She was one of the selected emerging art professionals of Para Site in 2018 and has been selected for the documen- ta fellowship program in 2021. Cheng was an awardee of the UK Chevening Scholarship in 2015/2016 and she received an M.A. in Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths. She obtained her B.A. in Comparative Literature from the University of Hong Kong. Before becoming an art scholar, Cheng was a senior television producer of art and culture programs, including The Works and Artspiration of Radio Television Hong Kong.
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Diasporic Drifts: A Visualization of Diverse Chineseness
Volume 20, Number 2, Fall/Winter 2021
by Vennes Cheng Sauwai
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