Terence Wong works across sound and visual art. His works investigate our auditory culture through sound/sculptural installation, print, and sculpture. His works starts from the premise that listening is a specific form of knowledge, and sound and auditory practices shape our understanding of the world physically and also culturally. Currently his work attempts to pull at the tension between seeing and hearing and ask questions when the two stops corresponding.
Terence earned his MFA from the University of Chicago in 2019, he also holds degrees from Savannah College of Art and Design and the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Terence was born in New Zealand and grew up in Hong Kong.