Songkun Wan‘s work involves contemporary performance, moving images, theater, and poetry. His practice is based on social identity and gender analysis, using soft context to express the intimate relationship between people and the psychological trauma experienced by artists. He is committed to breaking the physical barriers between scenes and circumstances, connecting audience and visual practice with empathy and synaesthesia. Graduated of the Royal College of Art, Songkun has widely performed in the public program across China and Europe, including OCAT Shenzhen, Lilian Baylis Studio, Dyson Gallery, Saw Swee Hock Centre, Cement Park Live Art Festival, and Harrow Arts Centre. He joined a few stage productions, including ‘kinaesthesia’ – Royal Academy of Music, ‘Mobile Archive’ – Sadler’s wells theatre, ‘Love Me Tender’ – Shenzhen OCAT Art Museum. 

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