susan pui san lok is an artist and writer based in London. Projects range across installation, moving image, sound, performance and text, evolving out of interests in notions of nostalgia and aspiration, place and migration, translation and diaspora.
RECENT / CURRENT
New Geographies East Contemporary Visual Arts Network, UK, 2018 – 2020
Presence – A Window into Contemporary Chinese Art The Vaults, St George’s Hall, Liverpool, UK, 9 Feb – 2 June 2018
Pavilion Wolverhampton Art Gallery, UK, 10 Feb – 29 April 2018
Sonic Soundings Venice / www.echoes.xyz 1 Sept – 30 November 2017
Diaspora Pavilion Palazzo Pisani Santa Marina, Venice, 13 May – 26 November 2017
Deviant Practice Research Residency, Van Abbemuseum, 2017
RoCH Fans & Legends at CFCCA, Manchester (2016) and QUAD (2015); Lightness (2012), commissioned by Film & Video Umbrella (FVU) and De La Warr Pavilion for the Wellcome-funded exhibition, Everything Flows; Faster, Higher (2008), commissioned by FVU and BFI Southbank to coincide with the Beijing Olympics, with solo shows at the Gallery at Winchester Discovery Centre (2012) and MAI, Montreal (2014); DIY Ballroom/Live (2007-08), a Cornerhouse / BBC Bigger Picture national touring commission; and Golden (2005-7/ongoing), an Arts Council England and AHRC-funded project, including exhibitions, residencies, a publication, live events, and commissions for Beaconsfield, London, Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester, Guangdong Museum of Art and Venice.
GROUP EXHIBITIONS (International)
Diaspora Pavilion, Venice (2017); Indiana University, Bloomington (2017); 1st Asia Biennial & 5th Guangzhou Triennial (2015-16); SITE Sante Fe (2012); Hong Kong Arts Centre (2006); Mori Art Museum, Tokyo (2004); Shanghai Duolun MoMA (2004, 2005); Beijing 798 Space (2004); Gallery 4a, Australia (2001)
GROUP EXHIBITIONS (UK)
Wolverhampton Art Gallery (2018); St George’s Hall, Liverpool (2018); Hanmi Gallery (2013); De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill (2012); Holden Gallery, Manchester (2012); University of Westminster Gallery, London (2010); Hatton Gallery, Newcastle (2009); Cornerhouse (2008); Chinese Arts Centre (2006); SPACETriangle, London (2005); Beaconsfield (2005); Cafe Gallery Projects (2003); Hayward Gallery (1999); 198 Gallery (1998)
2013 – ongoing
2012 / 2015
2008 / 2009 / 2012 / 2014