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Recent News

Article in XinHua News Newspaper
Radio Interview on Irish Newstalk and The Madeliene Brand Show, South California
Article in German Financial Times Newspaper, July 2nd
News article on BBC NEWS and ABC News
Radio Interview on BBC World Services, Newsday July 30th
Live Interview on CNBC WorldWide Exchange Television July 13th






Speaker at the Microsoft Design Expo, Redmond, Seattle
Talk and Exhibition at V2 Test Lab Space, Rotterdam, Netherlands


Contact

Shing Tat Chung
Lives and Works in London

T +44 77 8988 6625

Designer, Artist, Fund Manager

Recently Graduated from Design Interactions, Royal College of Art London and from Fine art from Slade School of Fine Art and Frankfurt Staedelschule.

CV: Full Curriculum Vitae


Research

  • Superstitious Thoughts
    How our world is shaped around our irrationalities.

    The Design Research platform centres around Superstitions and Irrationalities. How they emerge from our private spheres to infect larger and more complex systems. Some are more obvious such as lifts and hotels avoiding auspicious numbers whilst some are more eye opening ones such as 'feng shui holes' in buildings and the fact that having a number 13 household automatically devalues your house by £7,511.


  • Links and Publications
    The Research can be found on the Design Research Platform - Superstitious Thoughts.
    Whilst the texts, essays and case studies were transfered into the small publication - Irrational Essays


About1

Recent News

Shing

B.1986, Based in London, UK / info@shingtatchung.com


2012 / EXHIBITION & TALK / Microsoft Design Expo / Redmond, Washington
2012 / INTERVIEW / CNBC Television, WorldWide Exchange / July 13th
2012 / EXHIBITION & TALK / V2 TEST LAB / V2 Unstable Media, Rotterdam, Holland
2012 / RADIO INTERVIEW / Interview with Regine Debatty, Resonance FM
2012 / ARTICLE / Toronto's TheStar Newspaper, Croatian LutarnjiList Newspaper, Wall Street Journal
2012
/ ARTICLE / Creative Applications, Dezeen, DesignBoom, FastCoDesign
2012 / EXHIBITION / Final Show, Royal College of Art, London
2012 / ARTICLE / THE INDEPENDANT NEWSPAPER / June 4th Print
2012 / SPONSORSHIP / GDP CAPITAL and EMBEDDED ADVENTURES
2012 / ARTICLE / WIRED UK magazine coverage June 2012 issue
2012 / FINALIST / Shortlisted for the Deutsche Bank Awards and Future of Money Award
2012 / EXHIBITION / Paradise, Milan Salone, Italy
2012 / TALK / Digital Money Forum, London
2012 / NOMINATION / Nominated for the PrixArs Electronica Award, Interaction Design
2012 / AWARD / Microsoft Design Research funding
2012 / ARTICLE / L'ECRAN, Liberation, French Newspaper, March
2012 / INTERVIEW / We-Make-Money-Not-Art, February
2012 / Proposal for a Video Game 1 is aquired by TATE South London Library
2012 / EXHIBITION / WIP Show, Royal College of Art, London
2011 / EXHIBITION / What if..., Beijing Design Triennial, National Museum of China
2011 / EXHIBITION / Never in a Million Years, Folkestone Triennial, Folkestone, England
2011 / EXHIBITION / WIP Show, Royal College of Art, London
2010 / EXHIBITION / Final Show, Slade School of Fine Art, London
2010 / EXHIBITION / Inflate-O-Land, London
2009 / EXHIBITION / Frankfurt Rundgang, Frankfurt Staedelschule, Germany
2008 / EXHIBITION / Sink the Boat before it Sails, Frankfurt Basis Gallery, Germany
2008 / EXHIBITION / Oppenheimer Gallery, Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
2008 / EXHIBITION / Shifting Units, Westbourne Studios, London
2008 / EXHIBITION / Studio 12, Belsize Park, London
2008 / EXHIBITION / Studio 12, Belsize Park, London

 

2010-2012 / MA Design Interactions, ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART, LONDON
2006-2010 / BA Fine Art, SLADE SCHOOL OF FINE ART, LONDON
2008-2009 / Fine Art, Classe Simon Starling & Will Bradley, FRANKFURT STAEDELSCHULE, GERMANY
2005-2006 / Art Foundation, LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN

 

the superstitious
fund project
the tortoise
experiment
illogical logic
never in a
million years
basement cinema
wikipedia battle
proposal for a
video game
radio furnitures
a history of
the future
the ping pong
archive
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