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Vicki Fong lives and works in London as a visual artist, designer and lecturer. Her current research explores how cultural identity can shape aesthetic sensibilities in virtual and physical environments. Her work provides a platform for her to explore her own heritage whilst inviting audiences to engage with aspects of Chinese culture. She is currently researching and exploring Chinese death rituals to produce outcomes that open the discussion of death, love and consumption.
She completed her BA at Brighton University, before graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2006 with an MA in Printed Textiles. She has over 10 years of teaching experience at degree level and is an MA Textiles tutor at the Royal College of Art London UK, she also regularly teaches as a visiting lecturer at universities across England.
Vicki has worked on artist workshops for a wide range of clients, which include the V&A, the Royal Albert Hall, ISDI Mumbai, and NAFA Singapore. She has exhibited her artwork at galleries, which include Asia House Gallery, Dulwich Picture Gallery and Quay Arts. She has a keen interest in art, design, and digital technologies and has presented her knowledge to audiences at CNN, the Legacy List, and the Fashion and Textile Museum.