Eric Fong is a multimedia artist working in film, photography, sculpture and installation. His practice explores issues relating to the body, identity and vulnerability in the context of biomedicine and forensic anthropology, often informed by his past experience as a medical doctor.
Fong has exhibited his work across the UK and internationally, including Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest; Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York; EAST International, Norwich; London Group Open, Shape Open and Creekside Open, London; International 3 Gallery and Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester; Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography, Toronto; and numerous international short film festivals.
Public collection of Fong’s work include the Arts Council England Collection, The Lightbox Gallery, Woking and York University, Toronto. He has received exhibition prizes awarded by Victoria Miro (victoria-miro.com) at Creekside Open and by Yinka Shonibare MBE (Turner Prize nominee) at Shape Open, London. He is also a recipient of grants from Arts Council England, British Council and Leverhulme Trust.