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Wai Yin Wong

Hong Kong

Grants Awarded

2014 | Music | United States

to support a program of study leading to a master’s degree at the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University

2011 | Music | United States

to take part in the 2011 Aspen Music Festival and School in Colorado

Events

Exhibition / Hong Kong

Talking Archive

October 11, 2016 - November 26, 2016

Talking Archive is a project developed by Hong Kong-based artist Wong Wai Yin around a psychic medium and animal communicator who talks to objects and spaces. Wong invites the medium to speak to various sites within Asia Art Archive and its collection in order to uncover their 'true opinions'. The medium directs questions to various AAA materials to include: as a historical document, how do you think history should be invented? As one of the oldest documents in AAA's collection, what do you think is the most valuable accomplishment by the organisation in the last 15 years? The findings will be presented in the AAA library in the form of a video and site-specific installation.

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Grantee: Wai Yin Wong

Exhibition / China

I Don't Know the Mandate of Heaven

January 21, 2017 - March 26, 2017

I Don’t Know the Mandate of Heaven is the first major survey of Song Dong’s work in mainland China in 8 years. The exhibition will include some of the artist’s best-known works that have been fundamental in establishing his career, as well as several rarely exhibited works. Among the works on display, some pieces have been specially commissioned for this exhibition by RAM such as At Fifty, I Don't Know the Mandate of Heaven and Back Image, manifesting the museum’s long-term commitment to support the creativity and production of contemporary art through exhibition projects. 

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Grantees: Dong Song, Wai Yin Wong

Beyond Impressionism: Piano Concert and Film Screening

March 17, 2018

This concert offers a chance to enjoy some of the most noteworthy French and Chinese piano music from the beginning of the 20th century, with a screening of Edgard Varèse: The One All Alone to help place the relationship between these two artistic cultures in context, revealing fascinating connections.

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