Nhung WALSH (Nhung)
Nhung Walsh is a curator and cultural producer from Hanoi, Vietnam. She participated in cultural programs at UNESCO and worked on Vietnamese cultural heritage and development projects in Vietnam. Her curatorial interests often start as an idea evolves into a cluster of research and collaborative projects with others to enable multiple paths of exploration. Her research includes the politics of war memories; censorship and the influences of daily images; and technology as language a nd medium in new media art. Her recent exhibitions include the First Thailand Biennale (2018, asst. curator to Jiang Jiehong), Siggraph Asia (2015 and 2017), Hans Ulrich Obrist’s Nodes + Networks – Douglas Gordon’s correspondences (2015, asst. curator to Joseph Grigley). Her ongoing initiatives are Mind-Body Dualism (2017-), Saigon Blueprint (2016-), Vietnam Artists Book Projects (2015-), Goodbye Vietnam War (2015-), and Nối Projects (2012-). Nhung holds masters degrees in international studies from Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, history from The University of Alabama, and art administration from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Currently, she is director of Indochina Arts Partnership, a non-profit organization that supports exchange programs between Vietnam and the US, and enable connections of art with partners in Asia.