Kate Wong is a Chinese-Canadian writer and curator living in London, UK. Interested in discursive approaches to art and knowledge production she is the founder of low theory, a bi-annual digital publication and curatorial project that considers alternative modes of thinking, and that focuses on interdependency and creativity as decolonial praxis. Kate holds a BA from McGill University in Art History and International Development, and an MA in Contemporary Art Theory from the Visual Cultures Department at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her academic, curatorial and creative work is driven by an interest in political philosophy, and focuses on the radical feminist imagination, on the body and on virtuality. Kate’s writing on contemporary art and culture has appeared in Yishu Journal, TANK Magazine, Heichi Magazine, Another Gaze Journal and Frieze Magazine, among others.