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Wang Ruobing is an artist, educator and independent curator. Her art practices explore our position with our environment in the contexts of ecology and knowledge production.
Ruobing received her Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Oxford, United Kingdom. She was previously a curator at the National Gallery Singapore. At present, she teaches with the Faculty of Fine Arts at the LASALLE College of the Arts.
As an independent curator, her recent curated exhibitions include “Artist as Collector” (2021), “12 SOLO” (2020 -2021); “Arts in Your Neighbourhood” (Public Art Trust 2018 and 2019); “Happens When Nothing Happens” (The Esplanade, 2019); “Of Other Places” (The Substation, 2019); and “Beneath Tide, Running Forest” (Singapore Botanic Gardens, 2018). As an academic, her research concentrates on identity, hybridity and transcultural discourses, particularly on contemporary art in China and Southeast Asia. Her writings have appeared in publications such as Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art (JCCA), Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, Nanyang Art and a range of exhibition catalogues.
Ruobing is also the cofounder of independent art space Comma Space.