Truong Que Chi (b. 1987) is an artist, a curator and a filmmaker. Her practice examines the spectacle of everyday violence in Vietnam and delves into the complex relationship between archive, memory and imagination. Her works have been featured at various local and international film festivals, exhibitions, and symposium, including Site/Shine/Sight, duo show with architectural studio vn-a, The Factory Contemporary
Arts Centre, Vietnam (2018), When I stop by the Cape, solo show, Nhà Sàn Collective, Vietnam (2017); Cosmopolis #1, Centre Pompidou, France (2017); Asian Film Focus: Time Machine, Objectifs–Centre for Photography and Film, Singapore (2017); Skylines with Flying People 3, Nhà Sàn Collective, Vietnam (2015-2017); South by Southeast. A
Further Surface, Times Museum, China (2016). Truong Que Chi is currently a member of Nha San Collective’s curator board since 2015. She is also a film lecturer at the Hanoi University of Theatre and Cinema.