Christina Yuen Zi Chung (she/her/hers)

Graduate Student
A portrait shot of Christina YZ Chung, who is wearing a black top and red lipstick. She has long black hair, which is worn down. The photo is taken on a sunny day, with green leaves visible in the background.

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PDL B111
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M.A., Art and Culture, Hong Kong Baptist University, 2014
M.A., Archaeology, The University of Edinburgh, 2009
Curriculum Vitae (222.32 KB)

Christina Yuen Zi Chung is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies at the University of Washington. Her dissertation project, titled: “At the Seams of the World: Gender, Decoloniality, and Contemporary Art in Hong Kong,” examines the elided interconnections between gender and decoloniality in Hong Kong, which surface in the city’s contemporary art productions. In 2017, her essays on the Mainland Chinese curator Liao Wen and Taiwanese visual artist Lulu Shur-tzy Hou were published in an anthology titled, Creating Across Cultures: Women in the Arts of China, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan. Her writings have also been published in Ideas (Asia Art Archive), (College Arts Association), the Hong Kong Visual Arts Yearbook (Chinese University of Hong Kong), and an essay that is co-authored with Sasha Su-Ling Welland has been published in Feminist Studies.


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