Kate Wong is a Chinese-Canadian curator, writer and poet interested in the decolonial possibilities of artistic practice. Living currently in London, UK, her work examines the dehumanising dimensions of humanism, seeking to unpack social and ontological hierarchies. Interested in discursive approaches to art and knowledge production, her work focuses on the body, labour and virtuality. Currently working as Assistant Curator at the Serpentine Galleries, Kate was formerly the Programme Curator at V.O Curations, a not-for-profit arts organisation in London, where she developed and curated exhibitions, residencies and public programming. She has also held the position of Director at Sadie Coles HQ. Kate is the founder of low theory, a bi-annual journal and reading group that is interested in alternative, unconventional and therefore radical ways of existing in the world. Kate holds an MA in Contemporary Art Theory from the Visual Cultures Department at Goldsmiths, University of London, and a BA from McGill University in Art History and International Development. She is a contributing writer for frieze magazine and AnOther Magazine, and her writing on contemporary art and culture has appeared in Yishu Journal, TANK Magazine and Heichi Magazine, among others.