Mo Kong, Weightlessness, 2020
Charcoal, graphite, coal powder, 170cm x 124 cm


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Mo Kong is a multidisciplinary artist, researcher. They are currently residing in Queens, NY. He received MFA from Rhode Island School of Design. He works always deeply impacted by the social events, coded by the “educational information system” to post questions about the current politic environment. His research led process usually takes the form of large scale installations involving science research and multiple journalism perspectives in which they challenges key issues of the day using complex narratives that synthesis the past with the present. The systems he builds normally merged multiple environmental crisis and social politic issues, through the scientific researching and social investigate, he finds the similarity of two systems and bring them to one narrative storyline.

He have been the subject of solo exhibition at CUE Art Foundation (New York), Artericambi Gallery (Verona), Gertrude Gallery (Stockbridgeand), Chashama (New York). Their work has been included in Queens Museum, RISD Museum, SFMOMA, Minnesota Street Project, Spring Break, ARTISSIMA, Make Room Gallery and Rubber Factory Gallery. They also received fellowship / residency from Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture, Triangle art association, Mass Moca Studio, Vermont Studio Center, Gibney Performance Center, Lighthouse Works and AAI. His work is mentioned in Hyperallergic, Artforum, Cultured magazine, Artnews, CoBo Social, Wall street International, SFMoMA Public Knowledge.


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