Lecturer in: 2014
Christina Li is an independent curator based in Hong Kong and the Netherlands. She was involved with the research and project management of the project FORMER WEST (2011-2012) and was part of the editorial team of SKOR (Stichting Kunst en Openbare Ruimte, Amsterdam)’s debut public programme: Actors, Agents and Attendants: Speculations on the Cultural Organisation of Civility (2010) and responsible for curating the accompanying artist projects and film programme. She has previously worked as a Curator of Para/Site Art Space (Hong Kong) and was the assistant curator of Making (Perfect) World: Harbour, Hong Kong, Alienated Cities and Dreams, the Hong Kong Participation of the 53rd Venice Biennale. Her other curatorial projects include: A Map of Misreading, TENT, Rotterdam, 2012; Prologue – Speculations on the cultural organization of civility, SKOR and various locations, Amsterdam, 2010; Not Yesterday, Not Tomorrow, Cable Factory, Helsinki, 2009; Weak Signals, Wild Cards, De Appel, Amsterdam, 2009; Copied Right, Para/Site Art Space, Hong Kong, 2007; and STABLE – the balance of power, Fotan Open Studios, Hong Kong, 2007. As a writer, she has contributed to catalogues and publications such as and publications such as Yishu Journal of Contemporary Art, among others. Together with Heman Chong, she is currently editing a new collection of stories, entitled “Stationary” to be published in January 2015. She graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a degree in Fine Arts (Art History) and Comparative Literature and completed de Appel Curatorial Programme in 2009.