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Hello, I’m Hang Li 李航, a researcher, curator and designer based in London and Beijing. My pronouns is she/her.

My research interests include curatorial theories and practices, global capitlaism, science and technology studies, feminist epistemologies, epistemic justice, collective working and structural change.

I’m currently doing a practice-led PhD at the Royal College of Art and working as the Asymmetry Curatorial Writing Fellow at Chisenhale Gallery.




















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bio

Hang Li is a researcher, curator and designer based in London and Beijing. Her focus is on the curatorial intersecting art and technology, by concerning collective working, feminist epistemologies, and organisational approaches to social justice. Her practice-based PhD explores the epistemological and practical tools outside the conventional knowledge frameworks and institutional norms. It aims to search for the enabling conditions for curating-in-formation to tell better stories and act for shaping just science and technology at translocal scales.

Hang’s essays are published in journals and books. She has curated several art projects for institutions and organisations such as The Photographers’ Gallery, Spazju Kreattiv, the Royal College of Art and Skelf. She is currently a PhD researcher in the School of Arts and Humanities at the Royal College of Art (RCA). She graduated from the Bartlett, University College London with a MArch in Architecture Design, followed by an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the RCA.