Vienne Chan is an artist and researcher interested in socio-economic issues and the different types of rationalities possible within the financial logic. She has presented her work at events such as the European Modern Monetary Theory conference and Money Lab by the Institute of Network Cultures. In 2019, Vienne was in the Creative Collaboration residency at the Weisman Art Museum with the Carlson School of Management (University of Minnesota). Her work Deutschlands offene Grenzen für UNESCO Welterbe (2016) was awarded a Bauhaus Essentials Prize, and V’lair (2012) was awarded the Jury prize in video at Besetzt: Diskurse zu Kunst, Politik und Ästhetik at Platform 3 (Munich). Her work has been shown at venues such as NGBK (Berlin), CCA Tel Aviv and Kunsthaus Dresden. Vienne holds a MFA in Public Art and New Artistic Strategies (2017) from Bauhaus- Universität Weimar and was a recipient of a Rosa Luxemburg Foundation Scholarship.
As founding member of the Forms of Ownership collective, she is currently working on a project to rethink economies of care.