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With interest beyond the anthropocentric perspectives, she works with sound, text, documentation, archive, installation, sculpture, public intervention and transmission art. Together with her sonic project Quantum Foam//QNTMFM, her practice seeks to explore and address current technological paradigms and the resulting epistemic limitations.   

Fung’s work has been presented at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, CTM Festival Berlin, MUTEK, Galway International Art Festival, Nobel Week Lights Stockholm, FACT Liverpool, STATIC Complex, Royal Hibernian Academy, CCA Derry~Londonderry, Somerset House Studios and Irish Arts Centre, New York.

Fung is currently a resident composer at the Elektronmusikstudion EMS Sweden (2023-) and artist-in-residence at Goethe Institut Studio Quantum (2023-) exploring sonification of quantum systems. Her sound composition has been featured at The WIRE’s Below the Radar 39 and broadcasted on Resonance FM, HKCR, CAMP FR, Domes FM, and RTÉ Pulse.

Other academic and pedagogical roles include visiting researcher at the Sonic Arts Research Centre (2019-2020), mentor at CCA x Jerwood = Supports (2023-2024), guest speaker at Transmedia Research Institute (2024). She holds a master in architecture from the Royal College of Art, London (2013-2015).