Henry Tsang is a visual and media artist, curator and occasional writer whose artwork has been exhibited internationally.
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Henry Tsang incorporates digital media, video, photography, language and sculptural elements in the exploration of the relationship between the public, community and identity in the new global order. His curatorial projects (Self Not Whole: Cultural Identity & Chinese-Canadian Artists in Vancouver, 1991; Racy Sexy: Race, Culture and Sexuality, 1993; and City at the End of Time: Hong Kong 1997, 1997) have spanned the local, national and international, encompassing diverse artistic and cultural practices. He has worked in the public sphere, producing public art that ranges from community-based projects to permanent commissioned installations. Tsang’s recent video projects, Orange County, 2003-4, and Olympus, 2006, shot in California, Beijing, Torino and Vancouver, demonstrate a complex understanding of overlapping urban and socio-political spaces.
Tsang received a BFA from UBC in 1986, an MFA from University of California, Irvine in 2003, and the VIVA Award in 1993. He is Head of Critical & Cultural Studies at the Emily Carr Institute of Art + Media + Design.