“…the real is not an object. It is a process” (John Cage) *Cerith Wyn Evans in conversation with Victor Wang
West Bund Art Fair Shanghai
“Horizons in Flight Mode. Victor Wang in conversation with with Oscar Murillo”
油罐艺术中心 Tank Shanghai
Tokyo University of the Arts (Geidai)
Lecture Room 5-109, Tokyo University of the Arts, (12-8 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, TOKYO)
*Japanese-English translation will be available.
Organized by Tokyo Arts and Space and Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School of Global Arts, Department of Arts Studies and Curatorial Practices
Stand Prize Jury for the Focus section at Frieze London
Frieze Art Fair
Thursday 4 October.
The Courtauld Institute of Art
Contemporary Chinese Art: Practices and Debates from 1989 to the Present
5th July at 2.30-4.00 pm
Arts & Humanities
Royal College of Art
Masters in Modern and Contemporary Asian Art Program
Sotheby's Institute of Art
30E Lecture Room, 2.00 - 4.00pm
Power Station of Art, Shanghai
Victor Wang in conversation with Michael Dean
Sunday 25 March 2018
Sadie Coles HQ and ArtReview present Victor Wang in conversation with Mark Rappolt
5pm, Monday 2 October
To coincide with Zhongguo 2185, an exhibition of ten artists from China, curated by Victor Wang
Followed by a walkthrough of the exhibition with artists Chen Zhe, Lu Pingyuan, Yu Ji and Tang Dixin
Sadie Coles HQ, 62 Kingly Street, London W1
Current Ontologies: Climate, Technology and Deep-sea Territories
嘉宾 Guests：王宗孚 Victor Wang 卡特娅·诺维兹科娃 Katja Novitskova
Venue: UNDEFINE, BUILDING 6-105, M50 Art Zone, 50 Moganshan Road, Putuo District, Shanghai
September 8, 2017
Curator Chandra Frank in conversation with artist Zadie Xa, moderated by curator and researcher Victor Wang. Friday, 2 June 2017, 1pm
Somerset House, London
Discussing Guan Xiao
Institute of Contemporary Arts, London
10 Jun 2016, 6:30 pm
In discussion with ICA Head of Programme Katharine Stout, on the occasion of 'Guan Xiao: Flattened Metal' in association with K11 Art Foundation
Chinese Exhibition Histories: the 1979 and 1980 Stars Exhibitions (星星画会)
Wednesday 18 November 2015, 2pm
As part of Exhibition Studies Talks organized by Dr Lucy Steeds, CSM Research Group, ‘Exhibitions: Histories, Practices’. Central Saint Martins, London.
'A Few Minds Are Better than One: Exhibition as a Potential Site of Shared Knowledge Production'
K11 chi art museum, Shanghai
2nd August, 2015 (15:00-17:00).
Speakers: Jo-ey Tang, Victor Wang, Yu Ji
Co-Organizer and Moderator
Why the Snowman Is the Best Sculpture in the Public Realm
8 July 2015, 7 pm
Mu.ZEE, Beaufort Triennial, Ostend
Keynote: Kasper König
Moderator: Victor Wang, speakers: Britta Peters and Marianne Wagner
Why the Snowman Is the Best Sculpture in the Public Realm is a keynote lecture with Kasper König, followed by a panel discussion with Skulptur Projekte Münster's curatorial team moderated by Victor Wang. Developed for the Beaufort Triennial, this event is part of a collaborative project between the Middelheim Museum, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Beaufort Triennial, Folkestone Artworks and Triennial and CAHF. In recent years, museums have been exploring new institutional models and exhibition sites outside the traditional gallery format to facilitate the ever-growing diversity of artistic practices, and to respond to the transformation of public spaces and cities. In a keynote lecture Kasper König will address these concerns through the lens and history of Skulptur Projekte Münster. Held every ten years, Kasper König founded the exhibition of sculpture in the public space in Münster 1977. The event will consider how such “long-term studes” explore the public sphere and how the public sphere itself has changed over time.
Organizer and Moderator
Performatik 2015, the Brussels performance art biennial
26 March 2015
Speakers: Philip Gehmacher and Grace Schwindt
Moderator: Victor Wang
'On the Use of Props versus Objects' (Salon #8) is a panel discussion with artists and choreographers Philip Gehmacher & Grace Schwindt in conversation with Victor Wang on the ways in which artists and choreographers utilize objects, props, architecture, and sculpture to examine, support, or problematize the contestation of performance and theatre within contemporary art. The salon also addressed the expansion of performance and choreography into other visual territories such as cinema, sculpture and installation, and how such developments have reinvigorated artistic practices that oppose dramatic and institutional convention.
Public Art and Common Spaces
Wednesday 27 August 2014, Session 4 (16:50 - 18:30)
RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, Geographies of co-production, 26 to 29 August 2014, at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) in London.
Speakers: Rachel Alliston (Artist), Frances Edgerley (Assemble), Nathan Koren (Podaris and Futurescaper), Tom Snow (University College London, UK), Dea Vanagan (Situations / Artwise), Victor Wang (Contemporary Art Heritage Flanders (CAHF).
Just Who Do You Think You Are?
14 June 2014, 10:00 – 18:00
M HKA (Museum Of Contemporary Art), Antwerp.
Speakers: Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Merijn Oudenampsen and Iman Issa in conversation with Victor Wang. Organized by M HKA and CAHF (Contemporary Art Heritage Flanders).
Third annual Art History Graduate Conference
Performing Money: The Problematic of Performance Art and the Art Market. University of Essex, Colchester, UK.
London College of Communication, Curatorial Seminar, Photography Department, London, UK.
Independent Curators International (ICI), Curatorial Intensive Symposium
November 23, 2011
Curatorial Hub at Independent Curators International, New York, USA.
Node Center for Curatorial Studies, Curatorial lecture. Berlin, Germany.
The Sound of Conversation
Satellite Gallery (Presentation House Gallery, Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery, Museum of Anthropology). Vancouver, B.C.
LET'S TWIST AGAIN: The Archaeology of the Future.
September 17-18, 2010
The Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. Tenth Year Anniversary. Speakers included: Ken Lum, Scott Watson, Paul Wong, Bruce Grenville, Steven Tong and more. Vancouver.
Pecha Kucha Night Volume 13.
September 30, 2010
The Vogue Theatre. Vancouver.