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Jill Angel Chun

Jill Angel Chun is a researcher and curator based in Hong Kong. My curatorial practices attempt to activate and analyse the cross-culture and inter-disciplinary collaboration and their comparison, especially among the contemporary Chinese art scene in the Greater China, Eurasia and further towards the Americas. My recent research concentrates on modern to contemporary urban mythologies, legends and in turn their inherited traditions, both locally in Asia and those brought across the oceans to the UK by the migrant workers and diasporas, multivariate spatiotemporal non-synchronization and post-colonial imaginaries, exploring at the intersection of art and technology the dialogue and happenings across humanity, history and the sustainable virtual and natural ecologies. I am currently Associate Curator at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Hong Kong, where I recently co-curated group exhibitions Double Vision (2022) with Tobias Berger and Daniel Ho, The Unsung (2021), and facilitated Patricia

Piccinini: HOPE (2023), Myth Makers—Spectrosynthesis III (2022-2023), Pipilotti Rist: Behind Your Eyelids (2022), Poetic

Heritage (2021), Ink City (2021), My Body Holds Its Shape (2020) and more. Prior to joining Tai Kwun, I curated *underground-children-festival (2018) for Para Site and Goethe-Institut Hong Kong. Previously, I have held positions

in several art institutions and media, including Ocula, Chinese Visual Festival in London, and Asia Art Archive. My writings are published on Ocula, Artforum, and The Art Newspaper among others. I am also a guest lecturer of Modern and Contemporary Art courses at Christie’s Education. Chun holds a Bachelor of Arts degree

from The University of Hong Kong and a Master of Arts degree in Art History from The Courtauld Institute of Art.

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