Chris Chong Chan Fui

b. 1972, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
Lives and works in Malaysia

Chris Chong Chan Fui works with varying materials in an installation format. Chong’s works question the definition of authenticity as well as the processes within the fields of sport, science, economics, and the moving image.

Chong has exhibited his works at the Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, Palais de Tokyo, EYE Film Institute Netherlands, Austrian Museum of Applied Arts, and the Museum of Canadian Contemporary Art. He has also premiered at the Cannes Directors’ Fortnight in Vienna, BFI London, and Toronto’s Wavelengths. Works within public collections include the Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden.

Chong is a Smithsonian Institute fellow (National Museum of Natural History) and a Ford Foundation fellow. Recent residences include: Cité internationale des arts artist residency (Paris), and the NTU Center for Contemporary Art artist research residency (founded by Ute Meta Bauer).

Biography information from the artist’s website, July 2022

Country: Malaysia
Additional Information: CV