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Ti-a
Founder

Started as a young painter with a promising career, Ti-a pursued her Master of Fine Art and successfully defended her Doctoral thesis in Ukraine. Ti-a believes Art is for everyone, which led her to build up The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre in her vision.

“It’s important to me to build an art network in Vietnam that helps inspire and educate the people by bringing art closer to the community” says founder Ti-a. By adding The Factory’s concept to Vietnam’s art scene, Ti-a’s ambition is to provide a multicultural space where ideas can be shared, nourished and grow.

Zoe Butt
Artistic Director

She is a curator and writer committed to the building of critically thinking, culturally conscious, artistic communities. Currently she is Artistic Director of ‘The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre’. Previously (2009-2016), she was Executive Director and Curator of Sàn Art, Vietnam’s then most active independent contemporary art space in Ho Chi Minh City. From 2007-2009 she was Director, International Programs, Long March Project, Beijing, China; and from 2001-2007 she was Assistant Curator, Contemporary Asian Art, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia where she assisted in the development of the Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT); key acquisitions for the Contemporary Asian art collection, and other associated gallery programs. Her curatorial referral work is active across Asia-Pacific, working with private collectors and researchers, independent curators and major museums globally. Zoe has been published by Hatje Cantz, Germany; Art Review, London/Hong Kong; Art Asia Pacific, Hong Kong; Independent Curators International, New York; Lalit Kala Akademi, India; Artlink, Australia; Printed Projects, Ireland, JRP-Ringier, Zurich; Routledge, London; Sternberg Press, Berlin, amongst others. Zoe is a member of the Asian Art Council for the Solomon R.Guggenheim, NYC; a member of ‘Asia 21 Young Leaders’ of the Asia Society, NYC and in 2015 became a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum.

Lê Thiên Bảo
Assistant Curator 

With an uncommon background and experience from working in communications for an European multi-national group, Lê Thiên Bảo has started her curator career with a great passion, the ability to explore and learn. After spending some years contacting and expanding her network with the diverse generations of local artists, she developed her own artistic approach, focusing her attention on the role of the artist as well as the investment in art in today’s society. Since April 2016, she became curatorial assistant at The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre. In the past two years, she has been actively involved in arts projects, as well as organized many public programs to raise community awareness about contemporary art. Some of her typical curatorial projects include: “The Prolonged Interventions” (2016) – education project by Lê Phi Long, The Factory, HCMC; “Chain” (2017) – solo exhibition by Lê Hoàng Bích Phượng, The Factory, HCMC; co-curator of “I, Me, Mine” (2017) with Saigon Artbook 7 – group exhibition of 5 artists, The Factory, HCMC.

Bill Nguyễn 
Assistant Curator 

He is an artist-curator interested in researching and developing an alternative, locally-driven method and platform for curation in Vietnam. Currently Curatorial Assistant at The Factory, Bill is also the co-founder and -curator of Manzi (Hanoi) and guest curator of Nha San Collective (Hanoi). Select recent projects include: ‘0395A.ĐC: Ly Hoàng Ly’, The Factory, Ho Chi Minh City (2017), ‘Skylines With Flying People 3’, various artists, Nhà Sàn Collective, Hanoi (2016); ‘Into Thin Air’, various artists, Manzi, Hanoi (2016). He is an alumnus of the 8th Berlin Biennial Young Curators Workshop, and the CuratorsLAB initiated by the Goethe Institut South East Asia.

Vi Vi Phạm  
Marketing & Event Coordinator 

Dù không đặc biệt theo học chuyên ngành Nghệ Thuật, Vi Vi Phạm đã tìm thấy cho mình niềm đam mê dành cho cộng đồng sáng tạo, đặc biệt là sự bùng nổ của Nghệ thuật trong đời sống của thế hệ đồng trang lứa và cách làn sóng này thôi thúc người trẻ khám phá tìm năng của bản thân. Niềm đam mê này đã trở thành động lực để cô đồng hành cùng The Factory từ những ngày đầu tiên, với mục tiêu mang nghệ sĩ đến gần hơn với công chúng. Ngoài chịu trách nhiệm truyền thông cho toàn bộ các triển lãm và hoạt động tại The Factory, cô còn quản lý tổ chức các sự kiện không thuộc chủ đề nghệ thuật. Những hoạt động tiêu biểu mà cô từng tham gia: Nghiên cứu và hỗ trợ dịch thuật cho sách ‘Advertising and public memory : social, cultural and historical perspectives on ghost signs’ (2015) cùng nghệ sĩ Cristina Nualart; dịch thuật và điều phối cho triển lãm ‘The Silver Room’ (2017) của nghệ sĩ Ti-a; cộng tác nội dung cho tạp chí Word Việt Nam (2015 – 2016).

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