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Annie Wan

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Annie Wan is an international media artist who was born in Hong Kong. Wan's work examines the relationship between the material and the immaterial and also between herself and her surroundings. For example, she uses ceramics to represent the passage of time and how that affects books. Her art also explores the identity of a place by using locative media. Wan is currently an Assistant Professor in the School of Communication, Academy of Film at Hong Kong Baptist University.

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Early life

She obtain her bachelor's degree of Arts in Creative Media, in the City University of Hong Kong, and her master's degree of Science in Applied Information Technology, in Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden. At the University of Washington she earned, in 2012, her Doctor of Philosophy in Digital Arts and Experimental Media.

Solo exhibitions

  • 2013 “Text · Book”, 1a Space, Hong Kong
  • 2003 “Moulding World – Ceramic World by Annie Wan”, Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, Hong Kong
  • 2005 “Moulding World – A Summer in Denmark”, the Habitus, Hong Kong
  • 2001 “Rediscovery”, the First Institute of Art and Design Gallery, Hong Kong
  • 2000 “Blue and White”, Gallerie Martini, Hong Kong
  • 1999 “Longing and Rediscovery, Hui Gallery, CUHK
  • 1998 “Ceramic Works by Wan Lai Kuen”, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Hong Kong
  • Group exhibitions

  • 2014 “Kochi-Muziris Biennale”, Kochi, India, supported by Burger Collection“ Asia Triennial Manchester 2014”, Manchester, UK
  • 2015 “The Past is Continuing”, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong “First, then and after”, Gallery Exit, Hong Kong “ICA Off-Site: Hong Kongese”, Duddell’s, Hong Kong
  • 2013 “Hong Kong Eye”, Saatchi Gallery, London; “I Think It Rains”, by Burger Collection, Cattle Depot, Hong Kong ;“All of These Are Made of Clay”, Museum of Contemporary Ceramic Art, Shigaraki, Japan; “Asian Contemporary Ceramics Exchange Exhibition”, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa & Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Art Museum, Tokoname, Japan; “East Asian Four Countries Exchange Exhibition”, New Taipei City Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan; “Guangdong Contemporary Ceramics Art Exhibition”, Ucity Art Museum of GAFA, Guangzhou, China
  • 2011 “2011 Asian Contemporary Ceramics Exhibition”, Foshan Ceramics Museum, China; “Open the Pages You See Me Seeing You”, Kubrick Bookshop, Beijing &, 1a Space, Hong Kong.; “UN EARTH: An Exhibition of Contemporary Ceramic Art from Taiwan, Hong Kong and Japan”, Ipreciation Gallery, Singapore
  • 2007 “New Aspect of Image / Image of Pottery”, Gallery Susuki, Kyoto; Gallery Haku, Osaka, Japan
  • 2006 “MEGartSTORE”, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong; “XIX eme Biennale Internationale de Céramique Contemporaine de Vallauris”, Vallauris, France
  • 2005 “Re:Wanchai – Hong Kong International Artists’ Workshop Exhibition”, Wanchai, Hong Kong
  • 2004 “Culture & Identity”, Guldagergård, Museum of International Ceramic Art, Denmark
  • 2003 “International Ceramic Biennale” Incheon, Korea; “Contemporary Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition 2003”, Hong Kong Museum of Art
  • 2000 “L’art de Vivre la Difference”, UNESCO, Paris
  • 1996 “Hong Kong Ceramics 1985-1995” at the HK Visual Arts Centre
  • 1992 “Fletcher Challenge Ceramic Award”, Auckland, New Zealand
  • References

    Annie Wan Wikipedia


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