• Conversation with artist Jakob Kudsk Steensen, Tranen Art Center, Copenhagen

  • Curatorial Talk at the School of Visual Arts, New York City

    As a curator and art historian who has had a fair share of the excitement and discontentment with “contemporary Chinese Art” in my practice, I would like to share a few recent projects in which I actively problematize frameworks that primarily concern identities—national, cultural, peripheral (in light of the “identity politics” discourse), othering—through looking at […]

  • Decentralizing Art: The Hype and Hope of Blockchain

    Two recaps on a panel discussion exploring the myriad implications of blockchain technology for art—its making, distribution, and ontology. https://blog.blockstack.org/recap-decentralizing-art-the-hype-and-hope-of-blockchain/ https://thecreativecrypto.com/a-new-category-of-creative-practice-thoughts-on-the-decentralizing-art-nyc-event/

  • Para Site Curatorial Residency

    Honored to join this roster! http://www.para-site.org.hk/en/residency

  • E-Flux Feminism(s) Panel discussion

    E-Flux Feminism(s) Panel discussion

    Blurb: Offside Affairs begins with soccer—the delirious energy of the game, its technologically-calibrated mass spectatorship, the unparalleled intersectionality in the identity politics of fans. An unexpectedly potent subcultural byproduct is soccer fan fiction, a kind of “democratic erotica” practiced by internet writers (often female, anonymous, amateur) who read into and imaginatively explore homoerotic dynamics on […]

  • QINGNI/QINGMIN dance/multimedia performance

    QINGNI/QINGMIN dance/multimedia performance

    Qingni is Qinmin’s best friend; they were high school desk-mates. Both of them went to the West Coast of the United States for collage. Now both Qinmin and Qingni live in New York City; they are still best friends. Qinmin’s art practice drew heavily from their friendship and the experience of living in-between worlds. QINGNI […]

  • Japanese Translation of Asian Futurism essay courtesy of Arguments magazine

    Full Japanese Text with Translator’s Note With deep gratitude to “アーギュメンツ製作委員会”(Arguments’ Production Committee; arguments.criticalities@gmail.com). Originally published for E-Flux Journal.  

  • Archeological Excavation in Selinunte, Sicily

    Orignally published on The Institue of Fine Arts, New York University, Archeological Journal. Click to access IFA_Archaeology_Journal_2017-2018.pdf

  • RROPS interview

    PROPS: What role do images play in our practice? Xin Wang: I’m an art historian by training, and throughout the course of my (over)education I’ve been exposed to myriad trajectories in which images are made, derived, edited, post-edited. As a result, there is always hyper-sensitivity towards the generative parameters that inform the politics and erotics […]

  • Painters Without Boarders Feature on Gagosian Quarterly

    Painters Without Boarders Feature on Gagosian Quarterly

    In her seminal 2012 survey This Will Have Been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s, art historian Helen Molesworth proposes a model for history writing: “there is never one story, one account, one sense of time that prevails…The game—of history, of politics, of art, of love—is to figure out how to let the clocks […]