is an itinerant writer, editor and curator from Hong Kong currently living and working in London. She collaborates with contemporary artists and thinkers to create new forms and forums for critical engagement. Her research interests include psychoanalysis, media theory, performative writing and feminist new materialisms.

Curatorial @ White Cube
Editorial @ Fieldnotes 


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ET has held positions in Curatorial for 5+ years at White Cube, in which time she has worked on exhibitions with artists including Julie Curtiss, Theaster Gates, Louise Giovanelli, Marguerite Humeau, Rachel Kneebone, Ibrahim Mahama, Isamu Noguchi, AR Penck, Doris Salcedo, TARWUK, Danh Vo, among others. For the past 2+ years she has also worked in Editorial, editing publications and commissioning writing on behalf of the gallery [click here for White Cube publications].

In 2021 she joined Fieldnotes as an Editor [click here for issues and contributors]. Recently, she has been writing essays and exhibition texts in a freelance capacity [click here for published writing].


MA Contemporary Art Theory, Goldsmiths, University of London [distinction]
BA Media and Communication, Goldsmiths, University of London


Over the past decade, she has had the honour of working on solo and group exhibitions at local and international venues with visual artists Matt Ager, João Alves, Olivia Brook Alfa, Nancy Allen, Louis Appleby, Johann Arens, Ed Atkins, Suzy Babington, Verity Birt, Jos Bitelli, Claire Boyd, Fenella Brereton, Ryan Brown, Sofie Burgaard, Jack Burton, Luke Burton, Zoë Carlon, Alina Chaiderov, Jason Dodge, Oli Epp, Christian Feltham, Anna Gonzalez-Noguchi, May Hands, Oliver Hickmet, Richard Dean Hughes, Geiste Kincinaityte, Kle Mens, Julia Kowalska, Perce Jerrom, John Lawrence, Sasha Litvintseva, Rachel Libeskind, Angus McCrum, Peter Larsen, Suwon Lee, Ranald Macdonald, Zsofia Margit, Conor Murgatroyd, noot.club, Juan de Porras-Isla, Paloma Proudfoot, George Finlay Ramsay, Sabrina Ratte, Hannah Regel, Magali Reus, Alfie Rouy, Rebecca Salvadori, Corey Bartle Sanderson, Nicolas Sassoon, Amba Sayal-Bennett, Victor Seaward, Sisters from Another Mister, Liga Spunde, Tenant of Culture, Kialy Tihngang, Charlie Godet Thomas, Paula Turmina, Matthew Verdon, Nikhil Vettukattil, Anne de Vries, Hua Wang, Jack West, Ben Westoby, Dominique White, Małgorzata Widomska, Rafal Zajko, among others, 

and the great pleasure of having collaborated on sound-related projects with writers and musicians Simon Allen, Silvia Bombardini, Anna Borzello, Eloise Bennett, Chisenhale Studios, Andrew Copolov, Department of Energy, James Hendrix Elsey, Arthur Gouillart, Nick Harris, Jan Hendrickse, Esther Leslie, James McAleer, Alasdair Milne, moreiya, Sandro Mussida, Angelina Radakovic, Siegrun Salmanian, Jessica Simas, Giles Thackway [click here to listen]


ET has (co-)facilitated 1. the para-educational online Fieldnotes Evening School (2024–ongoing); 2. in-person Fieldnotes writing workshops in partnership with Pushkin House, TACO!, Whitechapel Gallery, South London Gallery, Open House London, Tower Hamlets, Somerset House Studios, Wysing Arts Centre, Cement Fields (2022–ongoing); 3. A Primer On Fictioning (2020) online course and discussion group structured by a weekly list of set reading; 4. Resilient Alliances (2019), a two-part academic lecture and workshop funded by Goldsmiths University; 5. Interfaces Monthly (2016—18), a program of monthly talks at the intersection of art and technology based at the Barbican Centre.

She has participated in conferences and presented work on programs by Auto Italia, Camden Arts Centre, University of Cambridge, Hill+Knowlton, The Lithuanian Culture Institute, E-flux, Open Space Contemporary, V2_Lab for the Unstable Media; and between 2017–2020 was a founding member of the Chaosmosis reading group and Geopoetics research group, both formed at Goldsmiths University.


ET has received personal grants and scholarships from organisations including Institute of Contemporary Arts, Wysing Arts Centre, Camden Arts Centre, Goldsmiths University, Kultur Ungdom, Göteborgs Stad, Lithuanian Council for Culture, The New Centre for Research & Practice, and the Irish Museum of Modern Art.