Paul Wong was born in 1954 in Prince Rupert, British Columbia. He is a multimedia, Governor General’s award-winning artist, curator, and organizer of public interventions since the mid-1970s. Wong is known for his engagement with issues of race, sex, and death. His work varies from conceptual performances to narratives, meshing video, photography, installation, and performance with Chinese-Canadian cultural perspectives. His work has been screened at galleries and festivals internationally.