Will Pham (b. 1990, London) is a British-Chinese/Vietnamese artist working in video, live performance and socially engaged practise. His work engages with issues relating to immigrant intergenerational relationships and questions around cultural inheritance, community building and refugee narratives within the UK.
Pham graduated from BA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art & Design in 2013 and Postgraduate Fine Art at the Royal Academy Schools in June 2018. Selected exhibitions include: Record, Retrieve, Reactivate at An Viet Foundation, 2018, Law in the Limelight at Arebyte Gallery, 2018, Gender, Identity & Material at The Royal Academy of Art, 2017 and Fictive Dreams at ICA Singapore, 2016. He was awarded the Breathe residency in Taipei from the Centre for Contemporary Chinese Art in 2018, Gasworks International Fellowship and residency to Lisbon in 2015 and the CCW Artists Moving Image Award at The South London Gallery in 2011. He is currently a member of Asia-Art-Activism Research Network based at Raven Row and is a committee member for the An Viet Foundation in Hackney. Future solo exhibitions include Taipei Artist Village and the New Space Arts Foundation in Hue, Vietnam. He lives and works in London.
RA Schools graduate
Graduating year: 2018