Hương Ngô is an artist and educator, born in Hong Kong, of Vietnamese and Chinese origin, raised in North Carolina, and based in Paris and New York.
Ngô is a multi-disciplinary artist who interrogates collective notions of the future as a site of contention and possible social transformation. Often collaborative, her work has been supported by the New Museum, Rhizome, LMCC, The Kitchen, EFA Project Space, iLAND, CulturePush, Eyebeam, Tate Modern, Vox Populi, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, and the National Museum in Prague.
She is a part of the collective Fantastic Futures, is a recent Whitney Independent Study Program Fellow, earned her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago as a Trustees Scholar, and her BFA from the University of North Carolina with Highest Honors and Highest Distinction. She has taught at MoMA, Pratt Institute, and Parsons where she co-designed courses on Contemporary Utopias, The Social Book, and Radical Aesthetics.