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Five Octave Range
Four channel video installation, non-synced loops, sound
2017

Commissioned by Vancouver Opera for the 2017 Vancouver Opera Festival, this was a site-specific installation created for the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza from April 27 to May 14, 2017 featuring four performers with diverse octave ranges: a baritone, tenor, coloratura soprano, and a mezzo singer were asked to demonstrate their skills for the camera.

To be featured in ‘Paul Wong: Private/ Public/ Lives’ – curated by Anushka Rajendran opening on the 16th of November at Shrine Empire Gallery.
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#upcomingexhibition #multimediaart #publicartproject #operasingers #prafparticipatory

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Mother’s Cupboard – Miracle Whip #chinese #herbs & #medicine #elixir #deerantler #alcohol #tonic #fermented #collection from #suk-fong #occupyingchinatown #vancouver #publicart @vancouverchinesegarden

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We are excited to announce the details of Paul Wong’s program in India!
Watch this space for further updates.
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@loveintersections shooting Yellow Peril Queer Destiny on #rooftop #queen #chinese #queer #occupyingchinatown @queenmaidenchina #drag #dragqieen #rickshaw #pedicab #film #filmmaking @jensungshine #gorgeous #smokebomb #smokebombphotography

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#hashtag #neon #ferrari #red #autopaint on #steel #art #paulwongprojects 2017

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‘Paul Wong: Private/Public/Lives’ – curated by Anushka Rajendran

16 November 2018 | 6 pm | Shrine Empire Gallery, Delhi, #india
#art #gallery #fear #others #occupyingchinatown #vancouver
@paulwongprojects @anushkarajendran
#upcomingexhibition #chinesecanadianartist #multimediaart #prafparticipatory #breakingthesilence. Video clip from Paul Wong: Breaking The Silence Directed by Jackson Tse as part of http://reelyouth.ca/troublemakers-2018.html @loveintersections @reelyouth

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Please follow @shrineempire #gallery #delhi #india for updates on my upcoming#tour #art #exhibition #talks and #collaborations and encounters Nov. 13 to Jan. 2, 2019 in Delhi, Bengalore, Mumbai, Kochi, and Tiruvannamalai . So Excited ! @prameya_art_foundation

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Chinese Only #neon #yellow #pink 8mm #glass #plexiglass @paulwongprojects @francgallery @thepolygongallery #chinatown

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#neon #art #studio #glow #paulwongprojects #Photo @cameronclow

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#chineseonly #neon #art #language #yellow #glass #black #plexiglass 26”x 48” with dimmer #paulwongprojects going off to @thepolygongallery #occupyingchinatown

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Mother’s Cupboard – #jars #deconstructing #secret #recipe #chinese #herbs #medicines #ingredients #elixirs #compounds #occupyingchinatown #herbalist #toisanese #chinatown

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On The Red Road @danaclaxton and @mkgagnon #lakota

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Responding to @danaclaxton Untitled black white 1990 photographs the earliest work in her exhibition Fringing The Cube @vanartgallery

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#rain I like seeing and hearing torrential downpours .

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#danaclaxton #beads #headdress #firebox for MKG #generateapp @mkgagnon #aboriginal #beadwork

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#motherscupboard – Tasters Choice ‘Mother’s Cupboard’ curated jars featuring #chinese #herbs #medicine #elixirs #compounds #ingredients from the collection of Suk-Fong Wong October 22. 2018 to Feb. 24, 2019 . This series of ‘brand’ jars will be on 45 bus transit shelters as part of #occupyingchinatown project commissioned by the #vancouver #publicart artist residency @vancouverchinesegarden .#backlit #photography #art @vanculturebc

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Mother’s Cupboard – Tasters Choice

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Mother’s Cupboard #sweetrelish #chinese #herbs #medicines #nalleys #jars #elixir #norecipe #occupyingchinatown

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‘Mother’s Cupboard’ -jars with red lids. #chinese #herbs #medicine #publicart for #busstop #occupyingchinatown

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‘Mother’s Cupboard’-red lids #chinese #herbs #medicine #jars

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A curated selection of jars from ‘Mother’s Cupboard’ featuring #chinese #herbs #medicine #elixirs #compounds #ingredients October 22. 2018 to Feb. 24, 2019 . This series of ‘brand’ jars will be on 45 bus transit shelters as part of my #occupyingchinatown project commissioned by the #vancouver #publicart artist residency @vancouverchinesegarden Shown here are Nalley’s Sweet Relish and Miracle Whip .#backlit #photography #art @vanculturebc

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#threegraces #beauties #colorphotograph #vintage #occupyingchinatown #archive Annastacia McDonald, Susan Suk-Fong Wong, Jeanette Reinhardt #mainstreeters

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Feeling and sharing the #love with you today for following . A single #redrose #red #rose from #mothersgarden #garden #autumn #bloom #scent

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#looking #watching #eye #videoart #1970 #jvc #tv #vintage #retro #television #media #manonthemoon #screentime #meditation #analog #glitch #signal #noise #randominterlace

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#duet #walk #jungle #circle #skin #bodies with Philippe Hamelin

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#videoart #videotape #archive #collection #1/2” #openreel #3/4 #vhs #betacam #betamax #minidv #umatic #1970’s #1980’s #1990’s extraordinary collection of 20th & 21st century pioneering local, national and global art and #documentary . Proud to have been a co-founding director of this artist run Centre established in 1973 . Satellite Video Exchange Society , Video Inn Library, Video In … now called VIVO.

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Sneak peek of Mother’s Cupboard a new series coming soon to #busstop shelters in #vancouver #publicart #chinesemedicine #miraclewhip #sweetrelish #jars part of my year long artist residency @vancouverchinesegarden commissioned by City of Vancouver Public art program. #occupyingchinatown #popart

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“Haam Sui Fow” (Salt Water City) is the Chinese (Cantonese) name for Vancouver. This neon commissioned by City of Vancouver and created as part of my #occupyingchinatown artist residency @vancouverchinesegarden is looking for a permanent site in #Chinatown . 16 sites have been selected please vote . The work is currently on exhibit at the Garden in the Scholars Study. Supported by Audain Art Foundation @paulwongprojects

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The new #queer #yellowperil @loveintersections picking up copies of my 1990 #book #yellowperil:reconsidered #filmmakers #drag #artists #activist #occupyingchinatown #chinatown #vancouver. From @wikipedia Yellow Peril: Reconsidered was a contemporary Asian art exhibition that toured across Canada from September 8, 1990 to July 24, 1991. Curated by Paul Wong, Yellow Peril: Reconsidered was the third project out of a series of work that focused on “Asians in the New World”. The exhibition explored the diverse and multidisciplinary ways in which Asian communities within North America experience and understand heritage, identity, racial politics, gender and sexuality, and globalisation. Twenty-four artists were included in the six city tour, travelling through Montreal,[1] Toronto, Winnipeg, Halifax,[2] Vancouver[3] and Ottawa. The exhibition pieces focuses on new media such as photography, film and video. Often considered as “media of truth” the objective of the photographs, films and videos were to “re-present” history, and using new media as an alternative narrative to popular historical discourse surrounding Asian identity in North America. Yellow Peril: Reconsidered, was the first exhibitions which focused on Asian-Canadian identity, and the marginalization of Asian diaspora communities in Canada.

Yellow Peril: Reconsidered included twenty-five artists of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, and Vietnamese-Canadian descent. Artists included: Taki Bluesinger, Melanie Boyle, Anthony Chan, Benjamin Chou, Richard Fung, Jay Hirabayashi, Roy Kiyooka, Nobou Kubota, L’Amitie Chinoise de Montreal, Laiwan, Daisy Lee, Helen Lee, Brenda Joy Lem, Lui/Samwald, Chi Chung Mak, Nhan Nguyen, Marlin Oliveros, Midi Onodera, Chick Rice, Rubly Truly, Henry Tsang, Tamio Wakayama, Jim Wong-Chu, Jin-me Yoon, and Saryn Yuen.

Curator, Paul Wong is a Canadian award-winning multimedia artist, curator, and organizer of public interventions since the mid-1970s. Wong is known for his engagement with issues surrounding race, gender and sexuality.[4]

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#thisguy #face of #ecstacy

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#occupyingchinatown #CHINESEONLY #neon #chinese #art #sculpture #language #identity

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my #artist in resident #studio ‘Scholar’s Study’ with Haam Sui Fow (Saltwater City) #neon #occupyingchinatown
#autumn #courtyard #garden

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“I find it an interesting time to be between what was and what will be” #cover #story #newsprint #paper @vancouriernews #occupyingchinatown #artdaddy #vancouver #boomer #rockgarden #stillasking #artist #art

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#facade #architecture #projectionmapping @vanartgallery @burrardarts photo: @sdholman

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#joss #temple #occupyingchinatown

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#sunset #fireinthesky #beach #altar

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