London based artist Bettina Fung | 馮允珊’s practice involves the performative aspects of drawing, where she draws live at exhibitions, sharing her process and allowing her work to unfold overtime. She creates two dimensional, performative and site specific works. Themes of ritual, futility, purposelessness and notions of belonging, productivity and progress are subjects of interest.



Syllabus Presents..., Eastside Projects, Birmingham, UK

until you became me performance evening, The House Mill, London, UK

Hungarian Lit Night: Tributes to Attila József, Hunagrian Cultural Centre, London, UK

Illuminations VI, Austrian Cultural Forum, London, UK

OUTWITH, a Syllabus IV exhibition, Guest Projects, London, UK

Performance x 4A, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney, Australia at Art Central Hong Kong

Performance: what gets stuck in the eddy goes around and around, SEA Currents Festival; Raven Row, London, UK

Being Present: Performative reponses to Speech Acts; Manchester Art Gallery, UK


FLOW Day3: Contract with the Skin; Asia-Art-Activism Research Network, Raven Row, London, UK

Imprints of Passing Time; Surface Gallery, Nottingham, UK (SOLO EXHIBITION)

Liminal Mass - Performance evening as part of First Thursdays late opening of Art for the Environment exhibition at Bow Arts, London UK


Makers of the Multiverse by Juneau Projects; Spacex, Exeter, UK

Draw the Line; Surface Gallery, Nottingham, UK

Radical Love: Female Lust; Crypt Gallery, London, UK; On tour: Storyhouse, Chester, UK (as part of Women of the World Festival); Gallery X, Dublin, Ireland

‘La Collection Secrète #2’ performance art event, organised by Kubilai Khan Investigations in partnership with Théâtre des Salins in Martigues, France


Un Festival Vrrr; Musée d'Art, Toulon, France

The Space between the Lines; 139 Artspace, London, UK (SOLO EXHIBITION)

COLOUR (part of Plymouth Art Weekender); Studio 102, Plymouth, UK

Draw to Perform3: International Symposium of Drawing Performance; Curated by Ram Samocha; Crows Nest Gallery, London, UK

Duration & Dialogue Performance Arts Festival; Curated by Natasha Bailey, Dario Del Daga and Johannes Zits; Katzman Contemporary, Toronto, Canada


Toys (Are Us); Curated by Kosha Hussain; Crypt Gallery, London, UK

Draw to Perform 2: International Symposium for Drawing Performance; Curated by Ram Samocha; NUMBER3, London, UK


Guerrilla Zoo's Modern Panic V; Curated by James Elphick; Apiary Studios, London, UK


Bad Behaviour presents...chART; Brixton East, London, UK

21 Artists: London (also exhibited as part of RE:Think Festival); 3Space's Blackfriars Hub, London, UK

I am. Interrupted (part of One Billion Rising UK Art Festival); Curated by Kosha Hussain; The Doodle Bar, Battersea, London, UK


Seeing in the Dark; Curated by Paula MacArthur; The Fletcher Centre, Rye, UK

ALAS Autumn Residency 2012 Exhibition; Matt Roberts Arts, London, UK


2018 Asia-Art-Activism Research Network, Raven Row, London, UK

2017     Summer Lodge; Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK

2016     Play Ground; John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK

             Study Week devised by Jesse Darling; Wysing Arts Centre, UK

2012     ALAS Autumn Residency; Matt Roberts Arts, London, UK


2018     Arts Council England's Grants for the Arts award

2017     Winner of Draw the Line Open Exhibition at Surface Gallery, Nottingham, UK; Awarded solo show

2014     A-N Artist Company New Collaborations Bursary



A Dialogue Still In The Making 2002/2018; a collaboration with Erika Tan; published by Erika Tan, in the occasion of the book launch of ‘Contesting British Chinese Culture’ (2018) edited by Ashley Thorpe and Diana Yeh on 30 November 2018, UK

Footnotes; contributed “If you want to perfect dragon step, do it ten thousand times.”; published by Tate n Lyle, UK


Young Artists in Conversation, Interview by Paul Harrison, May 2019

The Art Newspaper, “Brisk sales lift the mood at satellite fair Art Central Hong Kong” by Lisa Movius, 29 March 2019

Standnews, “【今年Art Central有乜睇】本土藝術家談「50年不變」問打工仔可否「唔撈」”, 4 February 2019

gal-dem, "‘Radical Love: Female Lust’: turning historic Arabic poetry into contemporary art" by Olamiju Fajemisin, 27 February 2017

i-D, "these artists are creatively inspired by arabic poetry of love and lust" by Matthew Whitehouse, 20 February 2017

Var-matin, "Tout ce qu'il faut savoir sur le Festival "Vrrrr" à Toulon", 20 September 2016



Tate - Created L is for Living Cities paper self-led student resource for Tate Modern’s ASSEMBLY 2018

2017 - 2018

Bow Arts Artist Educator Trainee Programme - Facilitating art workshops within school settings. Worked with students from Yr3 to Yr6.

2017 - 2018

Cubitt Artists' Institute of Anything - Experimental & Performative Drawing workshops with young people (13-19 years old) as part of the 2017 & 2018 programme as well as shorter taster sessions.


Goldsmiths Arts & Design Saturday Club - Take a line for a gif, performance drawing workshop for young people (13-16 years old), co-facilitated with Ram Samocha.

2018 - 2019    

Syllabus IV (delivered in partnership with Wysing Arts Centre, INIVA, Spike Island, Studio Voltaire, Eastside Projects and S1 Artspace)


BA Computer Visualisation & Animation (Bournemouth University): 1st class honour


MEng Computer Science (Bristol University): completed 1st year