Biography

Dr Cecilia Wee fRSA is a curator, researcher and educator who grew up in Thatcher’s London, working with experimental sound, performance, visual art and design practices, passionate about addressing issues of inequality and precarity in the cultural sector and beyond, with a focus on intersectional collaborative research and infrastructures for artists that centre individuals from marginalised communities and identities. With a background in experimental music, Cecilia has been presenter/producer of hundreds of radio programmes on contemporary arts for London art radio station Resonance FM (2002-08); co-founder of interdisciplinary art event series Rational Rec (2005-2010), producer of large-scale interdisciplinary projects as Senior Producer at Sound and Music (2009-12); Research Tutor at the School of Communication, Royal College of Art (2013-18) where she developed the Sound pathway for the MA Information Experience Design, and was most recently Head of Artist Development/Producer at Artsadmin (2018-19). Cecilia’s independent curatorial and editorial projects explore ethical and relational approaches to the public sphere, economic systems, technology and security, commissioned by organisations including Akademie der Künste Berlin, Southbank Centre, Tate Public Programmes. Cecilia wrote her DPhil on the documentation of live art at University of Sussex. Professional affiliations of note include: Advisory board member, MA in Creative Industries and Arts Organisations, Queen Mary University of London (2018- ); Peer reviewer, She Ji Journal of Design, Economics and Innovation (2015- ); Advisory board member, Artquest (2011-15); council member, Arts Council England London Regional Council (2008-14). Cecilia is the Chair of the Live Art Development Agency.





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