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Ph.D. (Creative Media), City University of Hong Kong
M.A. (Culture Industry / Cultural Studies), Goldsmiths, University of London
B.F.A (Digital Image/Sound and the Fine Arts / Computation Arts), Concordia University, Montreal

關於 黃詠欣教授



她的研究涵蓋理論和實踐,關注藝術家和從業者在藝術與技術交叉領域中的當代文化經濟思維和參與方式。她的作品發表於多個學術期刊,包括Screened Bodies, The Journal of Embodiment, Media Arts, and Technology;DATA browser, Curating Technologies,2023;Visual Cultural Studies 期刊,2022;哥德堡大學的PARSE 期刊,2019; 奧胡斯大學的APRJA,2018; 以及巴黎第八大學的 Marges期刊,2019。同時還有一篇章節收錄於2017年西敏寺大學出版社出版的Collaborative Production in the Creative Industries一書中。

    • Art and Technology
    • Media Art Histories and Curating
    • Cultural Economies
    • Digital Cultures
    • Media and Cultural Studies
    • Philosophy of Technology
  • Emergent Economies of Art and Technology (tentative title), Monograph (forthcoming)
    1. Wong, Ashley. “Beyond Ownership: Sustaining Art as Cultural Processes”, DATA browser series, Curating Technologies, Vol. 10, 2023.
    2. Wong, Ashley. “NFTs and Digital Collectibles: Creating Systems of Ownership for Digital Objects”, Visual Cultural Studies Journal, Mimesis, 2022.
    3. Wong, Ashley. “Cyclic Existence, Iteration and Digital Transcendence: Lu Yang’s Live Motion Capture Performances”, Screened Bodies, The Journal of Embodiment, Media Arts, and Technology, Iss.7.1. 2022. 
    4. Wong, Ashley. “Artists as Enterprise: Incorporating as Forms of Organising Agencies”, In PARSE Journal, Iss 9, Spring 2019, University of Gothenburg.
    5. Wong, Ashley. “Confronting The Market: Media Art’s Venture into the Art Market”, In Art with (or without) the art market. Marges #28, Presses Universitaires de Vincennes, Université Paris 8. Spring issue, 2019.
    6. Wong, Ashley. “Artists In The Creative Economy: Inoperative Modes of Resistance”, In: Christian Ulrik Andersen & Geoff Cox (eds), APRJA, 2018. Vol. 7, Issue 1, Digital Aesthetics Research Centre, Aarhus University, School of Communication and Culture.
    7. Wong, Ashley. “Work In The Creative Economy: Living Contradictions Between the Market and Creative Collaboration”, In: Gandini A. & Graham J, Collaborative Production in the Creative Industries. 2017.  London: University of Westminster Press.
  • Curated Exhibitions
    1. Lu Yang’s Screen Bodies, China in the World Gallery, Australian National University, Canberra, 2022
    2. Curated exhibition, Open Systems Salon, Art Machines: International Symposium for Computational Art, School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong, 2019
    Selected Projects (MetaObjects)
    1. Lu Yang - DOKU: The Binary World, networked live motion capture performance, Freespace, West Kowloon Cultural District and Sydney Opera House, 2022
    2. Sonic Topologies: Hong Kong, Multi-sensory interactive installation, M+, West Kowloon Cultural District, Hong Kong, 2021
    3. The Next Biennial Should be Curated by a Machine: Experiment AI-TNB, AI web project, Liverpool Biennial, 2021
    4. Ensembl  with Samson Young and Prof. Massimiliano Mollona, Blockchain prototype, DAOWO Initiative, Goethe-Institut London, Furtherfield/DECAL and Serpentine Galleries, 2021
    5. Fashion Asia, 10 Asian Designers to Watch, Virtual exhibition, Hong Kong Design Centre, 2020
    6. Wong Kit Yi: Magic Wands, Batons and DNA Splicers, bio lab, a.m. Space, Art Basel Hong Kong, 2018
  • Nominated, Hong Kong Dance Awards 2023, Outstanding Small Venue Production for Lu Yang – DOKU, The Binary World, Freespace, West Kowloon Cultural District and Sydney Opera House