This set of prints links to Edy Fung’s other work in the IMMA Collection, Diaries. Monuments. Memory[…] Both are highly relevant to our current global moment, and act as markers of the COVID-19 pandemic for future audiences. Fung’s charts represent the experience of trying to make sense of the pandemic through the endless graphs and charts being presented to us, both officially through the various world governments and global health bodies and unofficially through social media.
|Dimensions||Framed, 30 x 40 cm|
|Copyright||For copyright information, please contact the IMMA Collections team: [email protected].|
Edy Fung is an artist, music producer, curator and occasional writer whose practice emerges from the expanded field of architecture—conducting material experiments with installation, video, digital image, social media, Internet Archive, sound and text around her research-led projects. She completed her Master of Art at the Royal College of Art, London (2015) and was a visiting research associate at the Sonic Arts Research Centre, Belfast (2019-2020).View Artist
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