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© Edy Fung 2021.
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Edy Fung is a multidisciplinary artist, curator and electronic musician currently based between Derry and Stockholm. Working at the interface between the physical and the digital, her practice seeks to understand how our material world is conditioned. These include exploring underlying systems, ecologies, ideologies and technological shifts that are dominating our everyday values. She works with images, videos, sound, text, installation and exhibition-making, treating them as ingredients and tools to test her inquiries and speculations about the present world phenomena.

She holds an MA Architecture at the Royal College of Art with a distinction in her dissertation. Her approach from the expanded field of architecture has taken her to pursue directorship at Catalyst Arts Gallery 2017-19 and fellowship at CuratorLab at Konstfack 2020-21, crossing from design disciplines to the visual arts and intermedia.


Edy has previously partnered and collaborated with Lisbon Architecture Triennale, Visual Artists Ireland, LAAB, Hong Kong Art Centre, Catalyst Arts Gallery, Flax Art Studios, Digital Art Studios, Derailed Research Lab, Ulster Research Salon. Her work has been supported through Freelands Foundation, a-n The Artists Information Company, ACNI, DCSDC, Arts Council National Lottery Fund, and British Council funding.

Selected exhibitions + projects + performances include: MUTEK ES+AR Hybrid (2021); Somerset House Studios, London (2020); Videotage, Hong Kong (2020); MUTEK, Montréal (2020); Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin, Derry (2020); Platform Arts, Belfast (2019); GoldenThread Gallery, Belfast (2019); CCA Derry~Londonderry (2018); ArtNext, Hong Kong (2017); Institute of Light, Hackney London (2017); LACDA, Los Angeles (2016); The Building Centre,  Bloomsbury London (2015); Dyson Gallery, London (2014), Henry Moore Gallery, Royal College of Art London (2014).


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