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Eric Wong

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Book Burning, 2005 © 2006
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Book Burning, 2005 © 2006
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Book Burning, 2005 © 2006
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Book Burning, 2005 © 2006
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Book Burning, 2005 © 2006
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Building Blocks Installation and Demonstration, 2008 © 2008
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Building Blocks Installation and Demonstration, 2008 © 2008
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Building Blocks Installation and Demonstration, 2008 © 2008
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Building Blocks Installation and Demonstration, 2008 © 2008
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Building Blocks Installation and Demonstration, 2008 © 2008
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Building Blocks Installation and Demonstration, 2008 © 2008
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Building Blocks Installation and Demonstration, 2008 © 2008
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Building Blocks Installation and Demonstration, 2008 © 2008
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Building Blocks Installation and Demonstration, 2008 © 2008
Quick Facts
Birthplace
Los Angeles
Birth year
1970
Lives in
Los Angeles
Works in
Mixed media, acrylic paint
Schools
AISC Laguna, 2001
San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI)
Otis College of Art and Design
Tags
Tra, tratist, performance-space, performance-art, new, genres, interdisciplinary, multi-disciplinary, Multimedia, multicultural, expositions, biennale, theater, art-consulting, automatism, Fluxus, happening, artewong, sushi, visual, beyond, Baroque, The, lab, hotels/motels, blurred, line, between, Art, and, life, poetry, prose, criticism, Building, blocks, project, traspace.org, thinkspace, mixed-media, arts-education, installation, realism, video-art, collective, performance, modern, traditional, photography, digital, non-profit, abstract, graffiti/street-art, research, figurative, conceptual, gallery, sculpture, exhibition/performance
Statement

Summarized Bio:

Eric Wong has developed a body of work in painting, drawing, constructs, writing, video, social sculpture, installation and as a curator. In his work Wong explores automatism, conceptual art and process based practices. Something he often refers to as “tra”(the why that precedes the what). He is concerned with issues of intentions or his origin of individual purpose for a creative action, resulting image and/or object. Wong is above all drawn to painting, color, scrawl and non-objective abstraction.

Eric Wong has organized numerous Expositions and Educational Projects that are important extensions of his work as an artist. He has exhibited and collaborated with hundreds of artists, critics, organizations and creative individuals both nationally and internationally.

 

Eric Wong

http://ericwong.traspace.org

 

Building Blocks Project:

http://buildingblocks.traspace.org

 

Traspace:

http://www.traspace.org

 

Marianne T. Goyette: http://mariannegoyette.traspace.org