Richard Fung

Fung is a Toronto-based video artist, writer, theorist and educator. He holds a degree in cinema studies and ME in sociology and cultural studies, both from the University of Toronto. His work comprises of a series of challenging videos on subjects ranging from the role of the Asian male in gay pornography to colonialism, immigration, racism, homophobia, AIDS and his own family history. His works, My Mother’s Place (1990), Sea in the Blood (2000) and Uncomfortable (2005), have been widely screened and collected internationally, and have been broadcast in Canada and the United States. Richard is a past Rockefeller Fellow at New York University and has received the Bell Canada Award for Lifetime Achievement in Video and the Toronto Arts Award for Media Art. Richard is a public intellectual who has pushed forward the debates about queer sexuality, Asian identity and the uneasy borderlands of culture and politics.

View Richard’s work in Rex vs. Singh