Researcher

Associate Professor Leong Koon Chan

My Expertise

Graphic design and HIV/AIDS intervention in Australia and Hong Kong. Graphic design and national identity. East Asian graphic design.

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Biography

Associate Professor Leong Chan teaches design studies in the Faculty of Art & Design. His research focuses on design and national experience, design history, visualizing HIV/AIDS, and the visual cultures of East Asia.

Australian Socio-Graphic AIDS Project (AGAP).  Chan and Dr Raymond Donovan, National Centre in HIV Social Research at UNSW, are the directors and chief investigators of the Australian Socio-Graphic AIDS Project (AGAP). Funded by...view more

Associate Professor Leong Chan teaches design studies in the Faculty of Art & Design. His research focuses on design and national experience, design history, visualizing HIV/AIDS, and the visual cultures of East Asia.

Australian Socio-Graphic AIDS Project (AGAP).  Chan and Dr Raymond Donovan, National Centre in HIV Social Research at UNSW, are the directors and chief investigators of the Australian Socio-Graphic AIDS Project (AGAP). Funded by the Australian Research Council, AGAP documents the trajectories of HIV/AIDS through material and visual cultures, public health campaigns and socio-graphic representations of the epidemic in Australia.

Southeast Asian Socio-Graphic AIDS Project (SEAGAP).  Chan and Dr Raymond Donovan, National Centre in HIV Social Research at UNSW, are the directors and chief investigators of the Southeast Asian Socio-Graphic AIDS Project (SEAGAP). The project documents the trajectories of HIV/AIDS through material and visual cultures, public health campaigns and socio-graphic representations of the epidemic in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.

Design Asia Project (DAP). A cultural history of iconography, materiality and national experience in East Asia.

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Location

Room F213, F-block, Paddington campus

Contact

+61 2 8936 0605
+61 2 8936 0712