– Curator, writer, researcher based in Saigon, Vietnam
– Graduated from Essex University and Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Singapore).
#About her practice
Linh Lê is a curator, writer and researcher currently based in Sài Gòn. Her work taps on the performativity of archive, space and the body in artistic practice. In 2020, she was selected for a curator exchange between Vietnam and Sydney — a programme by 4A Center with support from the Australian Council. Some of her previous projects include Măng Ta journal, CáRô arts education programme. She holds a BA (Honours) in Arts Management from Essex University and Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Singapore).
At the moment, Linh is working on two long term research projects, one deals with the practice of female Vietnam artists, the use of a gendered body in performance and how it affects the artists, their spectators and critics “interpret” their works; one explores the capability of self-expression in art. And other educational, discussion, curatorial projects.