Theresa Wang is a curator and writer based in Toronto. Her practice draws upon strategies of abstraction to destabilize and reconfigure dominant narratives toward more expanded meanings. Working across disciplines, she has engaged in topics such as truth, history, representation, and memory.

She has held positions at institutions including the Art Museum at the University of Toronto, Gardiner Museum, and Musée d’art contemporain, Lyon. Her writing on contemporary art and film has been featured in publications and galleries including C Magazine, ArtAsiaPacific, MUBI Notebook, Screen Slate, Franz Kaka, and Trinity Square Video. She has curated exhibitions at Hearth Garage, Vector Festival, and Xpace Cultural Centre. She was a Finalist for the 2018 C New Critics Award, an alumna of the 2021 Professional Alliance for Curators of Color (Association of Art Museum Curators, New York), and a recipient of a 2022 Galeries Ontario / Ontario Galleries Exhibition Award. In 2021, she received a research grant from the Canada Council of the Arts for curatorial research on chroma key green screen.

She is currently Associate Curator & Registrar at Oakville Galleries.