Will Pham (b. 1990, London) is a British-Chinese/Vietnamese artist working in video, live performance and socially engaged practise. His work explores issues relating to intergenerational relationships, cultural heritage and community activism within the context of race, migration, empire and capitalism. His most recent work, ‘An Viet (Well Settled)’, 2018, is a single channel video installation exploring the history and current reality of An Viet Foundation- a community centre in Hackney serving Vietnamese refugees for over 35 years providing language support, employment training, business advice, health and social activities, the first Vietnamese UK housing association, a restaurant and a Southeast Asian research institute for PhD students. It was founded by Mr Vu Thanh Khanh MBE who was a Vietnamese boat refugee and the first Vietnamese councillor for Hackney.

Pham graduated from BA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art & Design in 2013 and Postgraduate Fine Art at the Royal Academy Schools in 2018. Selected group exhibitions include: ‘Diaspora Ma Homey’, Space_31, Berlin (2018), ‘Record, Retrieve, Reactivate’, An Viet Foundation, London (2018), ‘Law in the Limelight’, Arebyte Gallery (2018), ‘Gender, Identity & Material’, The Royal Academy of Art (2017) and ‘Fictive Dreams’, ICA Singapore (2016). He was awarded the ‘Breathe’ residency to Taipei Artist Village from Centre for Contemporary Chinese Art in Manchester (2018), ‘Gasworks International Fellowship’ to Hangar, Lisbon (2015) and the ‘CCW Artists Moving Image Award’ at The South London Gallery (2011). He is currently a member of ‘Asia-Art-Activism Research Network’ based at Raven Row and is a committee member for the An Viet Foundation in Hackney. He collaborates with Cuong Pham, Hau-Yu Tam and many others. Future solo exhibitions include Turf Projects in 2019. He lives and works in London.