Eunice Tsang is a curator/ artist based in Hong Kong. She founded and curates Current Plans, an experimental art space that encourages cross-disciplinary dialogues through exhibition-making. During her years at Tai Kwun Contemporary, she set up the Asian Artist Book Library where she researched and built a new collection of modern and contemporary publications dedicated to Asian practitioners. She is part of the curatorial team that organises the annual Booked Art Book Fair, in which for the past 5 editions she presented special displays in close collaboration with artists. Her curatorial projects at Current Plans vary in scale and form, but always maintain a focus on providing a unique platform for the freshest minds in Hong Kong and Asia, with vibrant, imaginative exhibitions that collapse boundaries within creative disciplines. Her curatorial interests lie in how artists develop new languages and symbols in times of political change, and how to maneuver the liminal space between legal and illegal, fact and fiction - using magic-realism, sarcasm, humour and myth-making. Some of her recent collaborations include 'Fancy Creatures: The Art of the Wig' with Tomihiro Kono and Sayaka Maruyama, 'Witches Own Without' co-curated with Ali Wong Kit Yi and Lok Wong, 'Only a Joke Can Save Us' with Tiffany Leung, and book presentations with Three Star Books and Kurt Tong.

Tsang has delivered programmes and talks at Tai Kwun Contemporary, M+ Museum, Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile/ Mill6 Foundation, Art Central, S.E.A.Focus Art Fair and more. She was a curatorial resident at Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin in 2021. They hold a BA in Fine Art at the Slade School of Fine Art of University College London, and an MA in Cultural Management at the Chinese University, Hong Kong.

“It is a great honour to be joining BID, and to be immersed in the creative scene in Trieste and across Italy,” stated Tsang. “With BID, I hope to bring a vision informed by my international experiences across Hong Kong and Europe, to challenge existing narratives by bringing in a multitude of creative voices, especially from Asia, which will expand the Biennale's engagement with the public.”