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Yue Yuen Yu
Yue Yuen Yu obtained her BA in Fine Arts at Chinese University of Hong Kong. Focusing on figure sketching and printmaking technique, believes body embodies memory and soul. Yue is also a founder of Landescape1823, which advocates bringing back art to artists through space.
Hon Kei Yan, Adrian
Observation is a huge part of my art career. I love observing the relationship between structure, forms, and textures of nature. While majoring in CUHK Fine arts, I explored multiple fields in oil painting, photography, video editing and sculpture etc. I found my deep interest in handicraft through ceramic and sculpture making. I applied my skills in sculpting my own realistic ACG figures and artworks. My art study includes how subculture and derivative work fit in the modern art society. I hope to explore how modern artists situate themselves in Contemporary art and Hong Kong society.
My art studies are centered around senses and perception. Recently, I am working on how making art can help us face life struggles and illness. I am attracted to the treatment through “art-making” progress. Through the spiritual progress of making art, we can analyze your thoughts in profound progress. I see myself as intuitive and rational.
2019 英國倫敦 Slade School of Fine Art, University College London美術學院藝術文學士
2019 BA Fine Art, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, London, United Kingdom
Arielle Tse’s work often consists of sculptural installations. Objects are made to reflect each other, handbound books with sunken puddles, cast chips and cream, hardened sinking pillows and bent metal, etc. They are made or cast with various materials, including silicone, wood, jesmonite, fabrics, metal, and sometimes include organic matter such as fruit and confectionery. They revolve around an investigation into the inter-subjectivity of objects and human relationships. She explores the push and pulls, as well as the lightness and heaviness of attachment emotions through subtly subverting everyday objects, sprung from memories of touch and function for each of them.
Tse focuses on constructing tactile landscapes through text, material, and attempting to permeate intimacy into poetry and sculptural installations. She aims to pose sensitivity to balance, weight, and materiality through her work, make the viewer question their established perception of the individual objects, and how they can serve as analogies for human relationships.
Wing Sze Ng
ミ★ 都市經驗/ 意像/ 流行文化
ミ★ 奉獻/ 語言/ 虛空/ 苦難
ミ★ 影像/ 裝置/ 介入
B. 1998. L & w in HK.
ミ★Metropolitan experience/ Imageries/ Pop culture
ミ★ Sacrifice/ Language/ Void/ Sufferings
ミ★Videos/ Installations/ Interventionist practices
ミ★ BA (Fine Arts), CUHK.
24/7 full-time job. 15/24 of each day fully engaged.
Fung Ching Laam Natalie
Natalie graduated from the Department of fine arts, the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2020. Her art practice revolves around cartography, personal and collective memory, and the production/reproduction of space and everyday life. She works across mediums from collage, drawings, to video, and site-responsive installation.
陳子雯的創作圍繞身體等命題，嘗試透過雕塑和裝置的形式，探討人的原罪和如何淨化，當中涉及各種神話、宗教、地域傳統與禁忌的制約等等。人類其脆弱的軀幹給”存在”帶來無可幸免的恐懼與悲劇…但何以我們還會堅持與此共存? 最終，必定會引申提問有關由身體所產生的種種”矛盾性”。藝術家在回顧自己身體的經歷，同時也探索在藝術實踐中所用的材料及其轉化作用。從充滿著矛盾的身體中，希望可以找出肉體的新潛能。過程充滿了激情、波動及種種沒法預料，最後達至形而上的踰越。陳子雯現於香港中文大學藝術系兼職教授雕塑, 最近入圍了大館藝術家工作室駐埸計劃, 會在六-八月份展開駐留。
Through installations and sculptures, IV's artistic interest is rooted in the juxtaposition derived from the complexity of the human body and its soul. IV sees our inescapable and corporeal existence as tragic and ludicrous; sordid and pure. She inspects her own problematic bodily experiences while exploring the interrelationships between Man's original sin and their ways of catharsis.
Probing this specific arena, namely the “problematic body”, all sorts of ambivalences evolved within including sex, death, sacrifice, violence, taboo, religion, mythology to posthuman are being confronted and questioned. As a presumptuous being, IV creates works as a means to seek new perspectives and anticipations of the mortal flesh, whereas the transfigurations of materials are assiduous and humble efforts of the artist in striving for an ultimate metaphysical state of transgression.
IV was recently selected to participate in the TaiKwun Artist's Studio Programme from June-Aug 2021 and she is also currently a part-time lecturer in The Chinese University of Hong Kong teaching Fundamental Sculpture.
Jessie Cheuk Lam Tam
她目前於荷蘭Frank Mohr Institute 修讀繪畫碩士課程，有時站在垃圾桶前，還被貓叫停。2018年畢業於中文大學藝術系，她通過無聊的工作使自己快樂。
Jessie always falls into the hole of human feelings. She said, "I want to fill in the gaps with life's realities, and embrace vulnerability as human nature." Listening to the unheard voice of unwanted materials, her work also grows a reflexive response of “whatever they want to be something at the moment”. She is an artist who focuses on failure but not able to face failure in reality. Her work is a game of intimacy, wherein everything is fragile, child-like, low-brow, easy-to-make, and not meant to last but easy to bring along. Such an everyday practice to look at, and live with what we have lost and what we have compromised, she negotiates the world on a day-to-day basis for a hidden process of self-revelation.
She is currently studying the Master of Painting Programme at the Frank Mohr Institute in the Netherlands. She likes to stand in front of free shelves, trash cans, and sometimes stop by a cat. She puts bread in the cupboard to get moss and become a poor artist. She makes herself happy by doing silly work.
Grace Leung Hiu Ling
梁曉聆，生於1997年香港，2020年畢業於香港中文大學藝術系。畢業後與另外四位藝術家組成 GOAWAY藝術合作社。 現從事畫廊兼職、畫班導師、補習老師、展覽導賞員。創作主要以繪畫作媒介，也熱衷於文學創作和裝置藝術。她的作品記錄她對於人、心理、記憶與關係的觀察和想法，嘗試寫實地描繪她個人心理現實與客觀現實的交雜。
Grace Leung Hiu Ling (b. 1997) graduated from the Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2020. Co-founded GOAWAY collective with other four artists after graduation. She now works as a part time gallery executive, gallery assistant, art tutor and exhibition docent. Grace's works mainly focus on painting, she is also interested in creative writing and installation. Her works record her observation and thoughts on human, psychology, memory and relationships, trying to express the intermingling of her psychological reality and the objective reality.
Graduated from Academy of Visual Arts at Hong Kong Baptist University in recent years. She is used to giving an insight into the non-living matters and daily scenery from another perspective, it creates an inexplicable connection with surroundings, and further explores the essence of matter and life.
Ringo Lo Wing Tao
Ringo Lo Wing Tao (b. 1998, Hong Kong) graduated from the Fine Arts Department of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is enthusiastic about juggling the many subcultures one experiences when residing in Hong Kong. Specializing in 2D and 3D mixed-media pieces and installations, he purposefully uses unconventional ‘wrong’ means throughout his creative process, teasing the ideas of labor and art-making.
Through his works, Lo makes desperate attempts with his logic to analyze and reason with his emotional and spiritual experiences, also feeling the world in duality.
關於朱凱婷的作品的報導曾於 The Huffington Post 及 The Telegraph 等雜誌上發佈。此外，她還在TEDx等全球平台上分享了她的作品。
Michele Chu (b. 1994) graduated from the Royal College of Art & Imperial College London with an MA/MSc in Global Innovation Design, and Pratt Institute with a BFA in Communications Design (Illustration).
She is passionate about exploring intimacy and human connection in her works, specifically the interplay between sensory elements and space, to amplify the emotional connection between individuals. Her works contemplate what makes us human, through mediums such as multi-sensory installations and street experiments, amongst others.
Her works have received news coverage in publications including The Huffington Post, and The Telegraph, and have been shared on global platforms such as TEDx.
Michele Chu is supported by soundpocket's Artist Support Programme 2020–21.
曾參與的展覽和表演包括「玩樂。無聊。崇拜。」（Tomorrow Maybe，香港，2019）、「新巴比倫」（Prsntprsnt，香港，2019）、「本真機器」（Twenty Alpha，香港，2019）和「形聲」（現在音樂，大館當代美術館，香港，2020）。
Vunkwan Tam currently lives and works in Hong Kong. His artistic practice ranges across sculpture, image, video, text, sound, and installation. He draws inspiration from the angst of a capitalist lifestyle, power dynamics in general, and socio-political events.
Exhibitions and performances participated in include, “Play. Boredom. Worship.” (Tomorrow Maybe, Hong Kong, 2019); “New Babylon” (Prsntprsnt, Hong Kong, 2019); “Sincerity Machine” (Twenty Alpha, Hong Kong, 2019); “Sound Forms” (Contemporary Musiking Hong Kong, Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong, 2020).
Vunkwan Tam is supported by soundpocket’s Artist Support Programme 2020–21.
Martha Mai Hatch
生於地球上（出生年份：比爾·克林頓（Bill Clinton）禁止為人類克隆研究提供資金的年份）。 她擁有香港城市大學和Leuphana University of Lüneburg 的創意媒體學士學位和數字媒體學士學位。
她的作品經常涉及對生產及其政治的質疑。 如果您想進一步了解她，請與王昊絢談談。 她不太喜歡這種瑣碎的藝術家陳述格式（她知道自己有一天會服從它）。
Martha is born on Earth (b. The year Bill Clinton bans funding on human cloning researches). She has obtained her BA in Creative Media & BA in Digital Media from City University of Hong Kong and Leuphana University of Lüneburg.
Her works often involve the questioning of production and its politics. Please talk to Martha if you like to know more about her. She doesn't really like this trivial formatting of artist statements (Though she knows she will one day obey it).
Tam Man Ching
譚敏晴出生於香港，在2020年畢業於香港中文大學藝術系。她的藝術實踐主要覆蓋混合媒介、裝置和藝術介入。她受當代的原始性啟發，在人類對世界的若即若離中探究被喚起的依賴性。譚氏多以日常物件審視和探索人與建構的關係，同時建立她跟人文及宇宙的對話。她曾參與展覽和放映於出爐 (2020）、野生藝術節(2020）、Video Cypher（2019）等。她現於香港生活和工作，最近和幾位朋軰藝術工作者成立了藝術群體---業生。
Tam Man Ching was born in Hong Kong. She obtained her BA in Fine Arts at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2020. Her creative practices mainly involve mixed media, installations and interventional practices. She is stimulated by contemporary primitivity to explore the attachment recalled in human amidst their ambivalence towards the world. Through the practices she examines and explores the relationship among constructs and people with everyday objects, concurrently establishing her conversations with humanity and the cosmos.
Her works have been shown in exhibitions and screenings including Fresh Trend (2020), Wildart Festival (2020) and Video Cypher (2019).
She currently lives and works in Hong Kong and recently co-founded Ipseng, a local artist collective.