Dan S. Wang is an artist, writer, and organizer. Chinese-Midwestern by birth and currently living in Southern California, Dan’s art work has been shown in several solo exhibitions and scores of group shows, and has inhabited venues ranging from museums and art centers to street demonstrations and toilet stalls, including the toilet stalls of a museum. His texts have been published in books, journals, webzines, exhibition catalogues, as commissioned art projects, and in a range of artists’ publications. He has lectured internationally on topics having to do with new geographies of power, transcontextual art activism, and the contradictory cultural politics of race and identity.
Dan has worked in several collaborative configurations, having contributed to projects and productions authored under the names Compass, Madison Mutual Drift, and Red76. He was one of eight founding keyholders of the Chicago experimental cultural space Mess Hall.
This website features a selection of projects and texts authored, co-authored, or organized by Dan.