Nhung Walsh is a curator and cultural producer specializing in Vietnam and Southeast Asia. She has ten years of experience in curating and consulting for museums and creative projects between the US and Asia. Walsh holds master's degrees in International Studies from Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (2007), History from The University of Alabama (2011), and Art Administration and Policy from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2015). Walsh is the founder of the Nối Projects (2012-present), a pioneering initiative based in Vietnam that connects artists, historians, and scientists to develop multidisciplinary projects on Vietnam and Asian arts. She has participated in and juried many international projects, including the Hon Cau Stone Pavilion (2020), Thailand Biennale (2018), Siggraph Asia (Tokyo 2020, Bangkok 2017, Kobe 2015), and ongoing projects that explore intangible heritage and contemporary art in Vietnam and Southeast Asia.
Peter Williams is a hybrid media artist originally from Canada. Specializing in generative and interactive art, he makes tactically unstable works that meet, avert and translate the gaze. Media are elastic and chimerical, more and more resembling us. Through his art, Williams struggles with this ever-deepening recursion. He is Associate Professor of New Media Art at California State University Sacramento.