NYFA Artist as Entrepreneur Boot Camp for Artists of Color Awardee


Through the support of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the New York Foundation for the Arts has awarded Chee Wang Ng as one of the 44 artists in an overwhelming and impressive response of applications across all disciplines for the upcoming 2017 Artists as Entrepreneur Boot Camp for Artists of Color program. Customized to fit the needs of participants and partners, this boot camp will delve into the fundamental principles of sustainability in the arts, providing a space for artists of color to work through the themes of finance, law, marketing, fundraising, and community sustainability. NYFA makes an investment in the cultural infrastructure that ultimately benefits the entire field by building stronger connections, shared knowledge and experiences between artists.
 

A Step In Time Across The Line: Recent Work by Chee Wang Ng


The Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University will present A Step In Time Across The Line: Recent Work by Chee Wang Ng 一步之時,跨越界線: 吳子雲近作個展 Curated by Judith A. Stubbs, Pamela Buell Curator of Asian Art.

What does it mean to be Chinese in today’s diverse global society? Through multimedia works of photography, sculpture, video, and installation, Chee Wang Ng asks this question and explores the possibilities with image rich tableaux of artifacts that range from documentary material to kitsch. With the rise of Chinese engagement with the world-at-large, Chee Wang Ng’s work re-contextualizes not only traditional Chinese cultural imagery, but also modern constructions of race, identity and stereotyping viewed through the lens of history.

A Step In Time Across The Line 一步之時,跨越界線 (2016-17) will be featured together with 108 Global Rice Bowls - Installation 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗-裝置藝術 (2012) and In The Name of Our Forefathers - Clear Tea, Light Rice 以先祖之名 - 清茶淡飯 (2014-15) both in new configuration, and a selection of large-format photography prints from Eaten Your Fill of Rice? Series 食飽飯未呀? 系列 (1998 - ongoing).
 
March 11th - May 7th, 2017

Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University
1133 East 7th Street
Bloomington, IN 47405-7509

Featured in Artdaily.com
Radio Interview featured in WFYI - The Art of the Matter
 

"108 Global Rice Bowls" at Vivo Media Arts Centre, Vancouver


"108 Global Rice Bowls" 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗 will be featured in "Eat Rice Yet?" - thirstDays No. 11 at VIVO Media Arts Centre, Vancouver, Canada for the montly series on video, film, performance and ceremony events by Project curator/artist-in-residence Jayce Salloum together with works by Fred Wah, Meeru Dhalwala, Vanessa Richards and Michael Rakowitz curated by Henry Tsang and Diyan Achjadi - Emily Carr University of Art and Design. A program of words, music, and food will address the struggle towards generosity and openness in an attempt to provide different ways of nourishment - Love, intimacy and (com)passion in a geopolitical context. Rice as a metaphor as a way to consider our relationships with each other, and our relationship to the land.

7:30 p.m. December 15th, 2016

VIVO Media Arts Centre
2625 Kaslo Street
Vancouver, BC V5M 3G9
Canada

"A History of The Chinese Diaspora - Hexaptych" Workshop and Pop-Up Preview Installation at 2016 OCA National Convention


A History of The Chinese Diaspora - Hexaptych
History is written by the victors and it is written and rewritten daily.

A visual friendly workshop structures to identify trivial relics and artifacts as important cultural markers in understanding and linking the contextual significant at readdressing history. Working with unbiased primary source materials first hand in dissecting beyond the whitewashed vernacular. The empowerment narrative of the Chinoiserie Chronicle 中國風記錄 series act as the impetus in mapping and charting a stronger trajectory of personal and community growth. Corky Lee 李揚國 delivered the commentary.

The Six Pop-Up Preview Installation Vitrines featured curated key ethic relics and artifacts from the collection including the 1870s Eadweard Muybridge Streoview Card, the 1882 "The Chinese Must Go" Cap Gun, and the 1989 Tiananmen Square Protests "Tank Man" Solidarity Button 天安門廣場抗議「坦克人」團結按鈕 as encaptulated cultural marker, as visual discourse, and as well as the material evidence of the era. 

This site-specific installation was made possible in part by support from the NYC Chinatown Community Leaders and kind assistants from both the National and NJ OCA 美華協會 organizing committee members and interns.

July 21st - 24th, 2016

Westin Jersey City Newport
479 Washington Boulevard
Jersey City, NJ 07310

2016 OCA National Convention Workshop Page

"In The Name of Our Forefathers - Clear Tea, Light Rice" in Iowa


In The Name of Our Forefathers - Clear Tea, Light Rice 以先祖之名 - 清茶淡飯 is making its second interation at Plymouth Gallery, Des Moines, Iowa featured in "In The Name of Our Forefathers: Being Other" together with Jon Cuyson, Zheng Lianjie 鄭連傑, and Roger Shimomura, sponsored by The Arts @ Plymouth and Metro Arts Alliance of Greater Des Moines. There will be two lectures - one for the Senior College of Greater Des Moines, and another at the Drake University, Des Moines, IA.

April 8th - June 16th, 2016

Plymouth Gallery
Plymouth Church UCC
4126 Ingersoll Avenue
Des Moines, IA 50312

Still Lifes: Perceptions of Inanimate Objects


3 large-scale photo from Eaten Your Fill of Rice? series 食飽飯未呀? 系列, Well of Reasons 井井有條, Griefless Peace 安上無憂, and Fulfillment to All Desire 事事如意 are featured in Still Lifes: Perceptions of Inanimate Object curated by Andrew Glenn at the Evelyn E. Jorgenson Fine Arts Gallery, Moberly Area Community College.
 
October 1st - November 12th, 2015
 
Evelyn E. Jorgenson Fine Arts Gallery
Moberly Area Community College
101 College Ave.
Moberly, MO 65270

108 Global Rice Bowls New Iteration at Bronx


108 Global Rice Bowls 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗 2008/2015 in a new configuration as site-specific installation will be in the Bronx River Art Center's "The Economy of Food" curated by Irina Danilova, their third exhibition in a two-year series of ten on "Food Systems, Surroundings & Sensibilities."

June 3rd - 20th, 2015

Bronx River Art Center
BronxArtSpace
305 East 140th Street
Bronx, NY 10454

Reviewed on Mold by Allie Wist

New Installation Début at FEAST: pleasure + hunger + ritual


The new installation "In The Name of Our Forefathers - Clear Tea Light Rice 以先祖之名 - 清茶淡飯" is making its feature début at "FEAST: pleasure + hunger + ritual" at Lexington Art League curated by Becky Alley.
 
May 22nd - August 9th, 2015

Loudoun House Gallery
Lexington Art League
209 Castlewood Drive
Lexington, KY 40505

Freatured in "CHEW { a dinner series }" in Love Lexington by Mindy
Feast Artist Feature: Chee Wang Ng by Ashley Dunomes

More Art: 2015 Engaging Artists Residency


Chee Wang Ng 吳子雲 has been selected by More Art with its mission on fostering collaborations between professional artists and communities to create thought-provoking public art and educational programs that inspire broad discourse regarding social and cultural issues as one of the 14 artists for their 2015 Engaging Artists Residency in partnership with Artist Volunteer Center for the foreign-born and first generation NYC artists who are merging art practice with activism.

108 Global Rice Bowls at Digital Native Film Festival in New Orleans


108 Global Rice Bowls 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗 2008 has been chosen to show at the Digital Native Film Festival by Lee DeigaardImen DjouiniCristina Molina, and Ryn Wilson at The Front, New Orleans; from an international selection from 17 countries whose work explores concepts of mistranslations, glitches, and failures when combining new and old technical methods in their video making process.
 
7:00 - 10:00 p.m. April 11th, 2015.
 
The Front
4110 St. Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117

Contemporary Asian Art and Exhibitions - Connectivities and World-making


In the essay "The Unexpected Guest: Food and Hospitality in Contemporary Asian Art" by Dr. Francis Maravillas in the book "Contemporary Asian Art and Exhibitions - Connectivities and World-making" edited by Dr. Michelle Antoinette and Dr. Caroline Turner, published by the Australian National University Press, 2014; he wrote "Moreover, given its prosaic association with the everyday within particular cultural contexts, it is perhaps not surprising that food is also often figured as a trope of identity and difference, as evinced by the symbolic use of rice as a national staple, commodity and spiritual offering in Singaporean artist Zai Kuning’s installations and New York-based Malaysian artist Chee Wang Ng’s 吳子雲 photography, and by the gendered coding of Thai artist Pinaree Sanpitak’s multi-flavoured, breast-shaped desserts."

Click to ANU Press site to download “Contemporary Asian Art and Exhibitions - Connectivities and World-making” in PDF file
ISBN: 9781925021998

Readymade@100 at the American University Museum


“108 Global Rice Bowls 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗” 2008 is chosen by Mark Cameron Boyd in the exhibition Readymade@100 at the American University Museum, Washington, DC celebrating the 100th anniversary of Marcel Duchamp’s readymade concept. A curated collection of the contemporary take on readymades that significantly expand upon Duchamp's originary idea. He wrote in the exhibition catalogue essay with the video still, "The combination of commodity objects, itself a remnants of the Surrealist theory of juxtaposition, can awaken subliminal eanings in the viewer, infusing the objects with reverie, apprehension or humor… Chee Wang Ng 吳子雲 offers 108 Global Rice Bowls in the exhibit’s only video, featuring a harmonic succession of differing white bowls, each heaped with rice and accompanied by a single chime." Michael O'Sullivan in his art review for The Washington Post, "But the funniest, sexiest and smartest show of the bunch is a celebration of the 100-year-old legacy of Marcel Duchamp’s concept of the “readymade.” " A full color catalogue with essay by Mark Cameron Boyd was published and supported by the Wolpoff Family Foundation.

September 6th - October 19th, 2014

American University Museum
Katzen Arts Center
4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20016

Click to read Curator Essay by Mark Cameron Boyd

Eating Cultures - The United States of Asian American Festival at SOMart Cultural Center, San Francisco


Studies from both the "Eaten Your Fill of Rice?" series and the new monochromatic photography series will be shown at the SOMArts Cultural Center in support of Asian American Women Artists Association and Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center "Eating Cultures" exhibition on the exploring of Asian Pacific American food and foodways in the formation of APA identities and cultural space for the United States of Asian American Festival. Curated by lead curator Michelle A. Lee and co-curators Linda Inson Choy and Cynthia Tom with Dr. Margo L. Machida. Catalogue will be available for this exhibition.

May 1st - 30th, 2014

SOMArts Cultural Center
934 Brannan Street
San Francisco, CA 94103


2014 Queens Arts Fund Grant


"Eaten Your Fill of Rice? 食飽飯未呀?" has been awarded a 2014 grant from the Queens Arts Fund administrated by the Queens Council on the Arts funded by the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Greater New York Arts Development Fund for creating new works in this series for an exhibition in Queens, NY.


"The 360 Walks of Life Labyrinth" & Profile Interview on Asian American Life


The largest public university television station in the US, CUNY-TV New York Emmy Awards nominated Public/Current/Community Affairs monthly in-depth news magazine program series Asian American Life that addresses topical issues affecting the Asian American communities nationwide and profiles Asian American leaders. In the episode on "Arts and Entertainment" featuring The 360 Walks of Life Labyrinth 參佰陸拾行的迷宮, 2013 installation with a profile interview of Chee Wang Ng 吳子雲 by Kyung Yoon was broadcasted on November 14th, 2013.

The same segment was again featured in their "Best Of" show of the year first aired on December 12th, 2013.

"Asian American Life 'Best Of' show takes a look back at some of our popular segments over the year, including an in-depth report on the largest Asian American communities of Chinatown, NYC and Fort Lee, NJ. We also profile Tony Award winning playwright David Henry Hwang 黃哲倫, Pulitzer finalist author Susan Choi and contemporary artist Chee Wang Ng 吳子雲."

Click to see video on CUNY-TV Web site - Arts and Entertainment

Click to see video on CUNY-TV Web site - Best of Asian American Life

"Eaten Your Fill of Rice?" as Relational Art in Hong Kong's Ming Pao


"Eaten Your Fill of Rice? 食飽飯未呀?" was written up in the regular column 街知巷聞﹕老上環說藝 "Notoriety: Art Talk in Old Sheung Wan" by 陳嘉文 along with a photo in the June 30, 2013 issue of Ming Pao 明報 in Hong Kong.

"Kingsley Ng 伍韶勁, an artist selected a few books from the Asian Art Archive Library 亞洲藝術文獻庫圖書館 presenting 'relational art' with a few recent graduates in around some old stores in Sheung Wan 上環, Hong Kong…

As the store owner once mentioned of the older edition of the 'Red A' brand plastic bowl, Kingsley brought along three art books that were related to bowl. Boss Chu 朱老闆 said, Chee Wang Ng's 吳子雲 'Eaten Your Fill of Rice? 食飽飯未呀?' book resonates strongly, as rice is the staple food for the Chinese, was originally an agrarian society. He referred to the book cover, 'That is jade porcelain, very old porcelain, and only ancient emperors used them, now we do have these bowls, but few. Look, each grain of rice in this bowl is very full, it looks like a golden rice bowl, seeing it makes you glow! … '"

Click to article on Ming Pao 明報

Click to photo on Ming Pao 明報

This article is included in the "Hong Kong Visual Arts Yearbook 2013 香港視覺藝術年鑑 2013" published by Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
ISBN: 978-962-7055-24-2.

Homage to Art History with Liberty at Yreka, CA


Rice Bowl Homage to Sol LeWitt 飯碗尊敬給索爾·勒威特, 2010 video had been curated for Homage at Liberty Arts Contemporary Fine Art Gallery by Jill Gardner and Linda Vivas. Taking Art History as a point of reference, a personal homage to Sol LeWitt in the National Register of Historic Places gold rush boomtown of Yreka dating back to 1851.

Sept 13th - Oct 19th, 2013

Liberty Arts
108 West Miner Street
Yreka, CA 96097

Click to see photo of "Homage" at Liberty Arts Web Site


The Sublime Revisited at Ann Street Gallery, Newburgh, NY


The Three Hundred and Sixty Walks of Life Labyrinth 參佰陸拾行的迷宮, 2013 installation is making its north eastern début straight from Lexington, KY. This iteration has been selected by Virginia Walsh, the Director of Anne Street Gallery (voted as the Best Gallery in the Hudson Valley) for "The Sublime Revisited" for the gallery at Newburgh, NY - two blocks from the US first publicly operated historic site, The Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site, served as General Washington's headquarters during the Revolutionary War from April 1782 to August 1783.

Sept 14th - Oct 26th, 2013

Ann Street Gallery
104 Ann Street
Newburgh, NY 12550

Artist Talk: Chee Wang Ng 吳子雲
Oct 5th, 1:30 p.m.

Writeup on Broadway World

Diasporic Chineseness after the Rise of China Cover Art


The video stills from “108 Global Rice Bowls 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗 ” 2008 was chosen as the cover art for the book “Diasporic Chineseness after the Rise of China: Communities and Cultural Production” edited by Julia Kuehn, Kam Louie, and David M. Pomfret, the University of Hong Kong with essays from the top international scholars in the field - Ien Ang, Rey Chow, Hilary Chung, Cristina Demaria, Shirley Geok-lin Lim, Kwai-Cheung Lo, Kam Louie, Ouyang Yu, Yiyan Wang, and Sau-ling Wong published by the University of British Columbia Press in December 2013. These insightful essays focus on the nexus between the political and economic rise of China and the cultural products this period produced by artists, writers, filmmakers, and intellectuals from the Chinese diaspora represented this new Chineseness to global audiences.

Click to UBC Press site for the first chapter of “Diasporic Chineseness after the Rise of China: Communities and Cultural Production” in PDF file (middle of the page)

ISBN: 9780774825917


"108 Global Rice Bowls" European Début at the Pomeranian Dukes' Castle


108 Global Rice Bowls 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗 has been invited by the curator Antoni Karwowski to be part of the selective "videoART" – a program of experimental works by international artists on new audio and video technologies for “22. dokumentART”, the competitive European Film Festival for documentaries organized by Szczecin's OFFicyna Association, Poland and Latücht Film & Medien Association from Neubrandenburg, Germany for awards in various categories of European documentary film making. The screening will be held at the Pomeranian Dukes' Castle in Szczecin, Poland with a comprehensive catalogue.

Oct 18th, 2013

Szczcin European Film Festival
Kino Zamek
Korsarzy 34
70-001 Szczecin, Poland


Click to download catalogue

Voice of the Bowl at the Museum of Contemporary Craft


108 Global Rice Bowls 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗 will be shown as part of "Object Focus: Bowl, Part 2, Engage+Use" - an insightful fresh perspectives on this powerful, yet often overlooked form at the Museum of Contemporary Craft, one of Oregon's oldest cultural institutions which is known nationally for its acclaimed curatorial program.

May 16th - Sept 21st, 2013

Museum of Contemporary Craft
in partnership with Pacific Northwest College of Art
724 NW Davis Street
Portland, OR 97209

Click to Video on "Object Focus: Bowl Tumblr web site


Charles B. Wang Center New Installation Commission


A new site-specific installation "Five Elements: Six Roots Contemplate Origins in the Spoon Fed World 五行:六根思源哺飯食的世界" has commissioned by Sunita S. Mukhi, Ph.D., Director of Asian and Asian American Programs of the Charles B. Wang Center 王嘉廉中心 at Stony Brook University for their 10th Anniversary Celebration. The installation was featured in two articles by SBU's The Statesman.

March 1st - May 12th, 2013

Charles B. Wang Center 王嘉廉中心
Stony Brook University
100 Nicolls Road
Stony Brook, NY 11790
Click to feature article on World Journal 世界日報
Click to feature article on The Statesman
Click to second feature article on The Statesman
Click to posting on Asia Art Archive
Click to listing in article on The New York Times
Click to download PDF flyer

SITE - New Commission Installation in Lexington, KY


Lexington Art League's Exhibitions & Programs Director, Becky Alley has invited and commissioned a new installation "The Three Hundred and Sixty Walks of Life Labyrinth 參佰陸拾行的迷宮" for SITE, 5 installations in each of the 5 galleries at the historical Loudoun House as their week long Artist Residency Program. The other artists are Blake Eames, Alisa Dworsky, Liz Miller, and Jason Paradis.

May 24th - July 3rd, 2013

Loudoun House Gallery
Lexington Art League
209 Castlewood Drive
Lexington, KY 40505

Video of SITE on Lexington Herald-Leader
Artist Feature on Art Beat Lexington
Bonnie Dailey writes on SurKY.com
writes on Ace
writes on Lexington Herald-Leader

The 360 Walks of Life Labyrinth” was featured in indie band Paleface music video “Feel the Day” shot at LAL during “SITE” exhibition.


Vandal - Food and Migration 3.1


The annual single theme blind peer-reviewed literature, art, and culture for transformative social change journal - Vandal: Food and Migration 3.1 features an in-depth a 12 pages interview by the Guest Editor Ari Ariel with photos from Eaten Your Fill of Rice? 食飽飯未呀? series, the installations - 100 China(s): All Chinese Looks Alike… 佰飯碗:碗碗看起來都是同樣的… and Five Elements Mountain of Bowls of Rice 五行山的飯碗 with its poem too.


Click to download Vandal: Food and Migration 3.1

MIA - Black Friday in Pasadena


108 Global Rice Bowls 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗 is part of Black Friday - one-night of international video art that focus on food, family and tradition presented by MIA (Moving Image Art) screening series at the Armory Center for the Arts curated by Alanna Simone.

Nov 23rd, 2012. 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.

Armory Center for the Arts
145 North Raymond Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91103


Rice Amidst the Cloud: Chee Wang Ng in New Zealand


Rice Amidst the Cloud: Chee Wang Ng 雲中之飯 - 吳子雲 will be held at the Dunedin School of Art - the oldest art school in New Zealand curated by Peter Stupples for the Art & Food Symposium hosted by Dunedin School of Art, Culinary Arts at Otago Polytechnic, University of Otago's Food Science Department and Centre for Sustainability. This exhibition is made possible with a grant from the Asia New Zealand Foundation and with financial and in-kind sponsorship from the Otago Community Trust, Two Sisters Winery, Regent Theatre, Asian American/Asian Research Institute, Ministry of Tourism Malaysia, and kind supporters.

Ng will deliver his presentation to the symposium via live telecasting from AAARI office in Manhattan, NY follows by a Q&A session.

The proceedings from the Art & Food Symposium will be published in England in 2013.
Aug 20th - Aug 31st, 2012

Dunedin School of Art Gallery
Otago Polytechnic
Dunedin, New Zealand


Click to download catalogue

Click to Gavin Bertram's article on D Scene

Click to video of presentation

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The book Art and Food, edited by Peter Stupples published in 2014 by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK from the proceedings from the 2012 symposium.

ISBN: 1443854913.

SESC Foundation Showcase 2012: Tactile Image in Brazil


“Rice Bowl Homage to Sol LeWitt" 2010. 飯碗尊敬給索爾·勒威特 has been selected by Kika Nicolela, the Brazilian artist, filmmaker and independent curator together with Gabriel Soucheyre, Director of VIDEOFORMES, International Video art and Digital Culture Festival in Clermont-Ferrand, France since 1986, and the Videoformes Digital Archive. Editor of Turbulences Video (video art and Digital Culture quarterly magazine), curator for the Galerie de lʼart du temps (Time based arts gallery) for SESC Arts Showcase 2012, IMAGEM-CONTATO: mostra de imagem em movimento (TACTILE IMAGE: a moving images showcase) to be shown at various SESC venues through out the city of São Paulo, Brazil and will also be broadcasted by SESCTV. SESC Foundation is one of Brazil biggest non-profit cultural institution with over 30 locations. The program includes mini-retrospectives by the pioneers video artists Nam June Paik, Norman McLaren, Zbigniew Rybczynski, Gunvor Nelson, Stan Brakhage and Jan Švankmajer with a selection of works by Bill Viola, Gary Hill and Pipilotti Rist to recent works by celebrated and emerging contemporary artists from around the world.

July 19th - 29th, 2012

SESC
São Paulo, Brazil


Click to preview catalogue

The Best Documentary Short Non-Professional Film Award


A panel of eight judges awarded 108 Global Rice Bowls 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗 the Best Documentary Short Non-Professional Film Award at the The First Mid-Atlantic Chinese Film Festival 首届美东华语电影节 sponsored by iTalkBB with entries from both the U.S. and China at the award ceremony in Maryland.

June 10th, 2012

Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742

Click to download A&C Business News 美华商报 PDF article

Click to download New World Times 新世界时报 PDF article

Click to article on World Journal 世界日報


The Arts Converge: Contemporary Art & Asian Musical Traditions


The video 108 Global Rice Bowls 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗 together with the corresponding 108 bowls as installation had been chosen by Guest Curator and Associate Professor of Art History, Dr. Helen M. Nagata of Northern Illinois University for The Arts Converge: Contemporary Art and Asian Musical Traditions at NIU's Jack Olson Gallery in celebrating the interactions between cultural traditions and individual modern artist, between music and the visual arts of contemporary artists' reactions to Asian traditional music sounds and cultural soundscapes with the Elizabeth Allen Visiting Lectures in Art History series as the related programing of the exhibition.

The exhibition is co-sponsored by Elizabeth A. Plotnik Fund of the College of Visual and Performing Arts, Harry D. Castle Memorial Fund, the School of Art Visiting Artists and Scholars program. the Elizabeth Allen Lecture Series sponsored by the Division of Art History, and a Venture Grant received for the project, "Celebrating Creativity: Asian/Asian-American Identities"

Much appreciations goes to Peter Van Ael, Gallery Coordinator for the custom shelves made for the in situ mixed media installation and the beautiful brochure.

Sept 4th - Oct 12, 2012

Jack Olson Gallery
Northern Illinois University
200 Visual Arts Building
DeKalb, IL 60115

Lecture: Chee Wang Ng 吳子雲
Elizabeth Allen Visiting Lectures in Art History series
Sept 11th. 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
100 Visual Arts Building, NIU
DeKalb, IL 60115

Click to photos of exhibition

The Ecology of Food: Past, Present, Future


Cynthia Hawkins, Director of Galleries of the State University of New York-College at Geneseo has curated Favorable Abundance Infinitely 久餘順利, Fulfillment to All Desire 事事如意, Bountiful Security and Ample Nourishment 豐衣足食, and A Bountiful Harvest 五穀豐登, from the Eaten Your Fill of Rice? series 食飽飯未呀? 系列 for The Ecology of Food: Past, Present, Future. The lecture series of this exhibition is part of the program of Geneseo Interfaith Service Project with focus this year on "Food Security" of The President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge.

Oct 3rd - Dec 10th, 2012

Bertha V.B. Lederer Gallery
SUNY Geneseo
Brodie Fine Arts Building
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454

Artist Talk: Chee Wang Ng 吳子雲
Oct 10th, 2:30 p.m.

A Folk in The Road-Crossroads for Food Studies in Canada


David Szanto has curated a selection of works from the series Eaten Your Fill of Rice? 食飽飯未呀? in power point presentation with a catalogue for the 7th Annual General Meeting of the Canada Association of Food Studies 2012 Exploration Gallery in conjunction with the 2012 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences hosted by Wilfrid Laurier University and University of Waterloo with this year theme, Crossroads for Food Studies: A Folk in the Road.
May 26th - 28th, 2012

Toyota Solarium
Wilfrid Laurier University
75 University Avenue West
Waterloo, Ontario
Canada N2L 3C5


Click todownload catalogue

Ingest|Digest|Protest at Mess Hall, Chicago


108 Global Rice Bowls 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗 has been selected by a panel of 5 young curators from Grand Valley State University, Allendale, MI for “Ingest|Digest|Protest” - a performative and interactive screening of short films and video performances of US and international artists on the politics of food and the ethics of eating at Mess Hall, an experimental cultural center of visual art, radical politics, creative urban planning, applied ecological design intersect and inform each other.

April 22nd. 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Mess Hall
6932 North Glenwood Avenue
Chicago, IL 60626

The Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show 2012


"Mindful of the Seven Emotion" 七情不惑 from Eaten Your Fill of Rice? series 食飽飯未呀? 系列 series is in The Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show 2012. With over 700 works received only a little of 100 works were chosen for this 7th annual erotica show by a panel of 3 juries - Louise Lippincott, Curator of Fine Arts at Carnegie Museum of Art at Pittsburgh; Betsy Stirratt, Director of the Grunwald Gallery of Art at Indiana University; and Catherine Johnson-Roehr, Curator of Art, Artifacts and Photographs at The Kinsey Institute.

May 18th - July 21st

Grunwald Gallery of Art
Indiana University
1201 East 7th Street
Bloomington, IN 47405

Panel Discussion with the Artists
The Kinsey Institute
1165 East Third Street
Bloomington, IN 47405
May 19th. 2:30 - 4:00 p.m.

Click to preview works of the exhibition

Click to video of exhibition with artist interviews


LUMEN 2012 - International Video & Performance Art Festival


108 Global Rice Bowls 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗 is selected by curator Christopher Eamon for LUMEN 2012 - International Video and Performance Art Festival - a cutting-edge video art and projection festival by over 50 artists around the globe organized by the Council on the Arts & Humanities for Staten Island (COAHSI) on the northern industrial waterfront of Stalen Island.

June 23rd. 6:00 p.m. - 12:00 midnight

Atlantic Salt
561 Richmond Terrace
Staten Island, NY 10301

Click to review on Hyperallergic.com

Click to interview on COAHSI Featured Artist

Click to article on Artinfo.com


Panel Presentation at International Food Studies Conference


The paper "Rice as a Cultural Discourse" will be presented at the Joint 2012 Annual Meetings and Conference of the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society (AFHVS), Association for the Study of Food and Society (ASFS), and Society for Anthropology of Food and Nutrition (SAFN) co-hosted by New York University and The New School, this year's theme - "Global Gateways and Local Connections: Cities, Agriculture, and the Future of Food Systems."

June 19th - 24th, 2012
New York, NY


Umami Food & Art Festival 2012 - Fertile Hybrids


108 Global Rice Bowls 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗 is selected by Ame Gilbert for the biennale Umami Food & Art Festival 2012 in Fertile Hybrids: Screening of International Artists' Short Films as the feature work. Artists mining Food as the theme from daily life, family, economy, religion, to the human body - An intimate experience.

April 13th. 8:00 p.m.

Roulette
509 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Click to Dining Calendar by Florence Fabricant on The New York Times


Kalamazoo Book Arts Center - Good Eats 2012


Digital study from the series Eaten Your Fill of Rice? - Maxim of The Art of War 吳宮教戰 is in Good Eats: An Exhibit About Food 2012 at the Kalamazoo Book Arts Center juried by KBAC Director Jeff Abshear and Katie Platte. A Chinese allegorical tableau of Centipede (蜈蚣 – 吳), Cricket (蟋蟀 – 冠 = 宮), and Scissor (鉸剪 = 教戰) fashioned in “Camouflage” and “Daisy” à la Warhol engaging War in the contemporary context via Sun Tzu's 孫武 The Art of War 孫子兵法. (Click to see Image)

April 6th - 27th, 2012

Kalamazoo Book Arts Center
Park Trades Center, Suite 103A
326 West Kalamazoo Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49007

Lexington Art League - Right Here Over There


108 Global Rice Bowls 壹佰零捌個全球化飯碗 is selected by Becky Alley, the Exhibition and Programs Director of Lexington Art League for their Right Here Over There exhibition. Alley said, "I can truthfully say that this has been one of the most difficult selection processes I have ever experienced. We received over 1,500 works for consideration by 301 artists from around the world. In the end I selected 55 works by 43 artists." LAL is central Kentucky's oldest and the largest visual art organization, and this exhibition will be held at the Loudoun House which is listed with the National Register of Historic Places.

March 23rd - May 13th, 2012

Loudoun House Gallery
Lexington Art League
209 Castlewood Drive
Lexington, KY 40505

Click to Curator web page & view works of the show


Nanyang Siang Pau Weeky Double Page Feature in Malaysia


Chew Yee Guan 周季鋺 of Nanyang Siang Pau Weeky 南洋商報周刊 in Malaysia wrote a double page exclusive interview for the Sept 11th, 2011 edition - "After 9/11 Art: A Pair of Chopsticks & Twin Towers 后九一一艺术:一双筷子与双子塔."

Click to article on Nanyang Siang Pau Weeky 南洋商報周刊


9/11 Red White Blue on SinoVision TV News Feature


The Mandarin news report video "Red White Blue: Chinese Descendence Artist Chinese Offering to 911" 红白蓝:华裔艺术家中国式祭奠911 was featured on the NYC Chinese Cable TV News on Sunday, Sept 10th, 2011. Shot and produced by Xi Yuan He 何晰媛 on location at Pace University and the Manhattan Borough President's Office, both blocks east of Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan.

Click to video on SinoVision 美国中文电视


Xinhua News Agency: One Bowl of Rice Two Pieces of Chopsticks


The official Xinhua News Agency 新华通讯社 newswire story "One Bowl of Rice Two Pieces of Chopsticks" 一碗米饭两根筷子 by Yuting Sun 孙宇挺 of the China News Service US Bureau 中国新闻社美国分社 from a personal interview on the "10th Anniversary of September 11th in Red White Blue - Chee Wang Ng: September 11th Memorial Installation" is featured in over 100 news web sites (on last tracking), in newspapers across the US, Canada, China, Taiwan, and in all 4 major Chinese newspapers in Malaysia - China Press 中國報, Guang Ming Daily 光明日報, Sin Chew Jit Poh 星洲日報, and Nanyang Siang Pau 南洋商報.


10th Anniversary of September 11th in Red White Blue


"10th Anniversary of September 11th in Red White Blue - Chee Wang Ng: September 11th Memorial Installation" is produced by the Asian American/Asian Research Institute together with Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer Office, Pace University, and New Jersey City University with related lecture and program for the 2011 commemoration. The Red installation is exhibited in the Manhattan Borough President Office, with the White installation at Pace University - both located only blocks away east of Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan; while the Blue installation in a 9/11 group exhibition at the New Jersey City University, Jersey City - the closest part of neighboring New Jersey just west of Ground Zero across from the Hudson River. The World Trade Center is own by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The duration of the exhibition at each venue vary with all three installations be on view concurrently on September 11th.

RED - Manhattan Borough President's Office
One Centre Street, 19th Floor, New York, NY 10007
Sept 1st - 30th, 2011

WHITE - Birnbaum Library, Pace University
One Pace Plaza, New York, NY 10038
Sept 8th - 22nd, 2011

BLUE - Visual Arts Gallery, New Jersey City University
100 Culver Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07305
Aug 29th - Sept 27th, 2011

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Manhattan Borough President’s Office
Scott M. Stringer Opening Reception

One Centre Street, 19th Floor
New York, NY 10007
Sept 6th, Tues. 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Confucius Institute at Pace University
Peace & Harmony: Reflections from
Chinese New Yorkers on 10th Anniv. of 9/11
Student Union - Lecture

One Pace Plaza, New York, NY 10038
Sept 22nd, Thur. 4:00 – 7:30 p.m.

New Jersey City University
Afterwards & Forward: A Ten-Year 9/11
Reflective Art - Artists’ Reception

Visual Arts Gallery
100 Culver Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07305
Sept 12th, Mon. 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.


Afterwards & Forward: A Ten Year 9/11 Reflective Art Exhibition


Midori Yoshimoto, Ph.D. together with her New Jersey City University 9/11 exhibition committee had selected September 11th Memorial Installation for Afterwards and Forward: A Ten Year 9/11 Reflective Art Exhibition, featuring 18 artists which includes Yoko Ono, Ultra Violet, Joel Meyerowitz, with two artworks on loan from the National 9/11 Memorial Museum and published a catalogue for the exhibition.

Aug 29th - Sept 27th, 2011
Visual Arts Gallery
New Jersey City University
100 Culver Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07305


Click to download catalogue in pdf format

Click to listing on Art in America

Click to Brendan S. Carroll's article on hyperallergic.com

Click to article on New Jersey Independent

Click to article on The Jersey Journal

Click to interview of Summer Dawn Hortillosa with Midori Yoshimoto

Click to see Video on The Jersey Journal by Adam Holsten

Video Exhibition at Corcoran's Gallery 31, Washington, DC


108 Global Rice Bowls has been selected from entries from an international pool of artists for Transient - an exhibition of only 16 video-based artworks focusing on themes of change in human condition at the Corcoran Gallery of Art/College of Art + Design, a block away from the White House.

Aug 10th – 21st, 2011

Corcoran Gallery of Art/College of Art + Design
500 Seventeenth Street NW
Washington, DC 20006

Click to Corcoran web page

Click to download Corcoran Press Release


NYC Health & Hospitals Corporation Photography Exhibition


Gregory Pierre Mink curated Four Seasons of Brilliance 1998 for NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation’s Art Collection NYC in FOCUS, vol. 2, photography exhibition featuring 50 New York based photographers focusing on the different aspects of the iconic imagery of NYC from architecture, landscape, culture, to the people of the five boroughs - a NYC experience in the spirit of the landmark Edward Steichen's 1955 global photo exhibition "The Family of Man."

June 23rd - July 14th, 2011

Bellevue Hospital Center
462 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

Oct 13th - Dec 4th, 2011
Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden
1000 Richmond Terrace, Building P
Staten Island, NY 10301

Featured on Liechtenstein 88MOCCA Webmuseum


The installation Five Elements Mountain of Bowls of Rice 2008, and video 108 Global Rice Bowls 2008 are being featured on Liechtenstein 88MOCCA – The Museum of Chinese Contemporary Art on the web to support and showcase great Chinese contemporary art by means of quality information for the public. Jonathan Goodman's essay Chee Wang Ng: Eaten Your Fill of Rice? is also mentioned in the feature.


World Rice Research Conference Keynote Presentation


Photos from the Eaten Your Fill of Rice? series were part of the Keynote Presentation by Dr. Joachim von Braun, the Director of the Center for Development Research (ZEF Bonn) as the Director General of the International Food Policy Research Institute entitled The Changing Economics and Politics of Rice: Implications for Food Security, Globalization and Environmental Sustainability at the World Rice Research Conference in Tokyo in 2004 to the distinguish international delegates including HIH The Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan.


September 11th Memorial Installation in Red White Blue


RED - Godwin-Ternbach Museum, Queens College, CUNY

Chee Wang Ng: Sept 11th Memorial Installation
Queens College, Student Union Lobby
Sept 4th – 15th, 2010
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WHITE - Museum of Chinese in America

Chinatown POV: Reflections on September 11th
Sept 11th – Nov 30th, 2010
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BLUE - Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art

Chee Wang Ng: 9/11 Vigil
Sept 11th – Oct 9th, 2010
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LECTURE & PROGRAM:
Asian American / Asian Research Institute
Lecture in Memory of Dr. Thomas Tam 譚閔生
Sept 17th, Fri. 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Queens College, CUNY
Artist’s Talk
Sept 15th, Wed. 8:15 – 8:45 p.m.

Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art
Public Program: Meet the Artist
Sept 24th, Fri. 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Sept 25th, Sat. 12:00 – 2:00 p.m.

Catalogue in Public Library Collection


WorldCat - the world's largest network of library content & services that dedicated to providing access to their resources on the Web documented that Eaten Your Fill of Rice? (ISBN: 0 9761698 0 0) is in the collection of The Thomas J. Watson Library of The Metropolitan Museum of Art as well as in The University of Kansas Library. It is also in the collection of both the Asian Art Archive in Hong Kong and the Asian Art Archive in America in NYC.

Cabinet magazine Exhibition - An Exchange with Sol LeWitt


The video Homage to Sol LeWitt, 2010 curated by Regine Basha is part of the two-part exhibition An Exchange with Sol LeWitt presented by the Cabinet magazine and MASS MoCA with a catalogue.
Jan 21st – March 5th, 2011

Cabinet
300 Nevins Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217


Click to download catalogue in pdf format

ISBN: 978 1 932698 52 7

Voices of Healing: Spirit and Unity After 9/11 in the Asian American and Pacific Islander Community


September 11th Memorial Installation 2001-02 is featured in the book Voices of Healing: Spirit and Unity After 9/11 in the Asian American and Pacific Islander Community, in the "Art for Peace" chapter. The first book that revealed the many moving stories of the under-documented experience of Asian Pacific Americans on September 11th and in its aftermath, the loss, survival and bravery with poignant photographs, artworks, uplifting letters and poems from the Asian-American and Pacific Islander communities. Publication of the Organization of Chinese Americas  美華協會. Edited by Icy Smith, and had won the 2004 Clarion Award in the non-fiction book category.



Published by Organization of Chinese Americans 美華協會 and East West Discovery Press, 2004

Click to download pdf page spray of "Art For Peace."

ISBN: 0970165420
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