Bo Wong is a female artist born in Australia, currently working in Fremantle, SOUTH FREMANTLE, Western Australia, Australia.
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Bo’s work commonly explores relationships between the non-linear nature of the human memory and the material realities of the present. Her images are always based somewhere in the personal experience but not necessarily connected to a truthful account of her life. The replacement of contemporary human memory by photographs interests her deeply as does the constructed nature of these images.

Her recent achievements include:
Winning the Saville award at the Perth Centre for Photography 2008
Finalist in the Contemporary Landscapes in Photography Award 2008 and 2009
Finalist in Iris Portraiture Award 2007 and 2008
Finalist in the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2007
Surface Tension light box installation in St Jerome’s laneway Melbourne as part of the Next Wave Festival 2006

Her work has been recently published in:
Australian Architecture Review
Dumbo Feather Magazine
Photofile Magazine

She has just completed the Artist in Residence Program at the Fremantle Arts Centre in Western Australa, is a finalist in 2009 City of Joonadalup Invitation Art Award and will exhibit her Polaroid works at the Breadbox Gallery, Perth in 2010. She will also be exhibiting in FotoFreo Fringe 2010. You can check out her website link and her blog link