Russell Storer is Curator, Contemporary Asian Art, at Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia. Following studies at the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, he worked at Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney and as a writer and curator. He was previously a curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney where he curated Mathew Jones/Simon Starling, Ambitious? Who, Me? Newish work by Rodney Glick, Situation: Collaborations, collectives and artist networks from Sydney, Singapore and Berlin and Interesting Times: Focus on contemporary Australian art. He has also organised numerous exhibitions, most recently the survey exhibition Matthew Ngui: Points of View for the MCA (touring to the National Museum of Singapore). He has written for publications in Australia and internationally, including ‘Contemporary Art in Singapore’ (Institute of Contemporary Art, Singapore, 2007), Photofile, Eyeline, BIG and Art and Australia, and was a Visiting Curator at Documenta 12, Kassel and a Curatorial Comrade for the 2006 Biennale of Sydney.