Brown, Mimi

Mimi Brown is the founder and director of Spring Workshop in Hong Kong, a non-profit art space dedicated to enabling the artistic process. She is a dedicated supporter of the arts community in Hong Kong, and serves as a director of Asia Art Archive and an advisor to Para/Site Art Space. Before moving to Hong Kong in 2005, Mimi Brown worked in music in New York, as well as for several non-profits in Rome and California. She holds a B.A. in Music and Comparative Religion from Harvard College and an M.B.A. from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

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End Note(s)

Over the course of two years, from 2012 to 2014, Moderation(s) saw a sprawling ecology of artists, curators, and writers gather around different formats of inhabitation, production, and exhibition making. Essays were viewed as works of fiction, language as image, …Read more


Moderation(s): Asia Art Archive intervention

On 3 February 2013, a group of participants within Moderation(s) – Heman Chong, Latitudes (Mariana Cánepa Luna and Max Andrews), Nadim Abbas, Mimi Brown, Chantal Wong, and Yuk King Tan – surrendered their mobile phones, tablets and laptops, before visiting the Asia Art Archive in Hong Kong. They spent …Read more


Moderation(s) by Heman Chong

Moderation(s) brings together an international group of artists, curators, and writers who will participate in a year-long program of contemporary discourse and production between Witte de With and Spring Workshop. Within this framework, Witte de With invited Heman Chong, a Singaporean artist, curator, and writer, to steer the program which will involve more than fifty artists and engender a conference, three exhibitions, three residencies and a book of short stories. Read more