Lam Wong

LAM WONG is a visual artist, curator, and designer who immigrated from Hong Kong to Canada during the 1980s and studied design, art history, and painting in Alberta and British Columbia. Wong works with painting, installation, and performance to engage with themes such as the perception of reality, the role of art, and the relationship between time, memory, and space. He sees art making as an ongoing spiritual practice and his work draws upon his knowledge of Western art history and his interest in Eastern philosophies, including Taoism, Tibetan Buddhism and the teachings of Dajian Huineng (638–713 AD), a central figure in the development of Chinese C’han (Zen) Buddhism. 

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