Vũ Đức Toàn
Artist, Curator, The Appendix Group member, Curatorial Board member of Nhà Sàn Collective, Curatorial Board member of Á Space

Vũ Đức Toàn works primarily with performance and installation. His practice engages with the relationship between audience and performer, social rituals, and contexts from historical time periods that have ended or bridged the past and the present. Vũ Đức Tofn graduated from the Department of Art History and Theory, Vietnam University of Fine Arts. From 2005 to present, Toan has been an editor at the Vietnam Fine Arts Association, working at magazines under the Association. In 2010, Vu Duc Toan and Nguyen Huy An founded the Appendix Group, a group of Hanoi-based performance artists. His solo exhibitions include: Mỗi Tuần Trăng Vỡ Mật (Á Space, Hanoi, 2023) and Disorderly Departure (Nhà Sàn Collective, Hanoi, 2017). Selected performance art festivals and group exhibitions include: Quay Lại Hòn Đảo Phía Nam (Taiwan, 2017), MoT+++ performance art festival and residency (HCMc, 2017), Guyu Action (China – Hong Kong – Taiwan, 2016), PAN ASIA 5 (Korea, 2012), U Lành Tính (Hanoi, 2011). He has been a member of the Curatorial Board of Nhà Sàn Collective since 2013 and as an individual curator he has curated: Skylines with flying people 4 (Mini Kingkho, Hanoi, 2020) with the Appendix Group, 4th Quarter Report (Á Space, Hanoi, 2023), Heart on the Margin (Manzi Art Space, Hanoi, 2023), Morning – Noon – Afternoon – Evening (Á Space, Hanoi, 2022), IN:ACT (Nhà Sàn Collective, 2017-present) and Tái Nạm (Mơ Art Space, Hanoi, 2022).