Angela Chan is an independent curator, artist and researcher. As a “creative climate change communicator”, she focuses on anti-colonial climate justice, knowledge systems, geography, and contemporary speculative fiction. She collaborates widely with artists, activists, speculative fiction authors, and youth groups.
Angela creates curatorial and workshop projects as Worm: art + ecology. Through her research-based art practice, Angela is a commissioned artist for Jerwood Arts / FACT’s Digital Fellowship, Estuary 2021 and Sonic Act’s OVEREXPOSED environmental research residency. She is part of Myco-Lective, and is co-writing a code of practice foregrounding marginalised cultural workers with Hypericum Working Group.
Angela also co-founded the London Chinese Science Fiction Group and co-directs the London Science Fiction Research Community. Her writing is published in Science Fiction (London: MIT Press and Whitechapel Gallery, 2020).
She holds a joint honours undergraduate degree in History of Art and Scandinavian Studies (UCL)
and an MA in Climate Change: History, Culture, Society (KCL).
Twitter @wormartecology and @angelaytchan