Nora Wölfing is an art historian and sinologist who works as a curator, writer, and researcher specialized in contemporary art from China. She is currently pursuing her doctoral studies at Free University of Berlin. Her research focuses on transcultural theories, feminism(s), technologies in art, and literature-based art. She teaches seminars about contemporary art from China at FAU Erlangen (2021), University of Hildesheim (2023) and TU Berlin (2023/24). Recent curatorial projects include LuYang’s solo show “False Awakening” at Kunstpalais Erlangen, and solo projects with Mountain River Jump!, Fan Xi, and Vvzela Kook. Nora is an active member of the Research Network for Modern and Contemporary Chinese Art. Her articles are published in print and online magazines, and she also writes artist portraits and catalogue essays. As part of the Berlin Asia Arts Festival, she will be a guest at the Pop-Up Teahouse Salon at C*SPACE Berlin on September 28, and will join philosopher Wang Ge in a conversation on "Feminist Discourses on Motherhood in Contemporary Art and Philosophy in the Sinophone Space and Chinese-Speaking Diaspora."