Pik-Shuen Fung (b. Hong Kong) is an artist and writer living in New York. Her work has been exhibited at the Newark Museum, the Katonah Museum, The Frank Institute at CR10, Nitehawk Cinema, Beverly’s, and CoWorker Projects. She is a 2018-2019 Margins Fellow at Asian American Writers’ Workshop.

She is also the founder of Elastic Magazine, a space for emerging Asian writers and artists around the world.

 

pikshuen.fung [at] gmail.com

Based in New York City

 

EDUCATION

2015 School of Visual Arts, MFA Fine Arts, New York, NY

2009 Brown University, BA, magna cum laude, Visual Art (Honours) and Economics, Providence, RI

2008 China Academy of Art, Chinese Painting and Calligraphy semester study, Hangzhou, China

 

PUBLICATIONS

“Seven Days”, Artilade Magazine, 2018

“This Beach Would Be Perfect”, OMEGA (Metatron), 2017

"A Very Simple Gesture", Ricepaper Magazine, 2017

"Ghost Forest", The Margins (Asian American Writers’ Workshop), 2016

 

EXHIBITIONS, SCREENINGS, AND PERFORMANCES

2018

Katonah Museum, SIGNAL, juried by Lumi Tan, Katonah, NY

2017

184 Project Space, Mis, curated by Donna Troy Cleary, Brooklyn, NY

Siren Arts, We Will Replace You, curated by Alison Kuo, Asbury Park, NJ

El Museo de Los Sures, Not A Rehearsal, curated by Kathie Halfin and Jean Carla Rodea, Brooklyn, NY

The Secret Theatre, Oceanus, curated by Vanessa Albury and Graciela Cassel, Long Island City, NY

2016

The Frank Institute at CR10, The Sound Behind You II, curated by The Sun That Never Sets, Hudson, NY

Newark Museum, Filmideo 2016, Newark, NJ 

Beverly's at Material Art Fair, curated by Leah Dixon, Mexico City, Mexico

Sikkema Jenkins, Postcards from the Edge, New York, NY

2015

Stonehaven, The Sound Behind You, curated by The Sun That Never Sets, Westkill, NY

The Java Project, Fireworks Exhibition, curated by Fallon Cecil, Brooklyn, NY

MFA Thesis Exhibition, curated by Lumi Tan, Brooklyn, NY

Arts@Renaissance, New Work New York, curated by Kat Griefen, Brooklyn, NY

2014

CoWorker Projects, Fun for Summer, curated by Alison Kuo, New York, NY

2013

Nitehawk Cinema, Time Base, curated by Andrea McGinty, Brooklyn, NY

Chasing Dragon, Whimsies, solo exhibition, curated by Christiane Lin, Vancouver, Canada

2012 

MonadDigital.net and CCC Art Space, Discover the Body Online, Shanghai, China

2009

List Art Center, a birthday party, solo exhibition, Brown University, Providence, RI

Sarah Doyle Gallery, Senior Group Exhibition, Providence, RI

Bell Gallery, Annual Juried Student Exhibition, Brown University, Providence, RI

2008

China Academy of Art Gallery, International Student Exhibition, Hangzhou, China

2007 

List Art Center, hello, baby, solo exhibition, Brown University, Providence, RI