A native of Chongqing, Yang moved to Hong Kong when she was 21. She has been a full-time dancer with the Hong Kong Dance Company and City Contemporary Dance Company and is currently a freelancer.
Chow graduated from the Department of Fine Arts of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (B.A. and M.F.A.) In 2012, he ran for the seat of the Sports, Performing Arts, Culture and Publication functional constituency at the Hong Kong Legislative Council election. Recently his work has been featured in the following exhibitions: Portrait From Behind (Gallery Exit, Hong Kong, 2020); Chow Chun Fai (Eli Klein Gallery, New York, 2018); Everything Comes With an Expiry Date (Klein Sun Gallery, New York, 2016); Venice Meeting Point (Venice Biennale, 2015); Hong Kong Eye (Saatchi Gallery, London, 2012), The Liverpool Biennial (Liverpool, 2012). Chow is the recipient of the Grand Prize of the Hong Kong Arts Centre 30th Anniversary Awards, and the Sovereign Asian Art Prize.
Lau graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and the City University of Hong Kong, with major studies respectively in composing and electronic music, and creative media. He navigates the scenes of theatres, galleries and underground music as a sound designer, sound artist and performer.
Lau’s interest lies in creative collaboration through which he expands his oeuvres from music to sonic, performing, and installation arts of floating boundaries. Recent endeavours include: A Musician’s Self-cultivation (from 2019), a methodological exploration of music and sonic art creation as performance; Chain of Dialogues (2021), a community-facing project which explores personal relationship by the means of in-situ interviews and performances; Elemental Practice - Text (2020) and Elemental Practice - Spectator (2021), a series of experiments on the relationship between music and text or spectatorship; The Glory Pillar (2022), an art installation which turns an exhibition into a site of public participation and expression through the guidance of and interaction with text.
Moving Images Designer
Wong graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. As an independent art-maker, he has participated in projects including Mountains, Seas, Panorama (video concept and direction), The Island Whispers by Helen Lai (dance video director), Walking Dreams in 1984 by On&On Theatre Workshop (video director), The Heroine Within by Michelle Siu (music video director), My Daddy, My Flying Car and Me in 2016 Community Cultural Ambassador Scheme (concept and direction), The Invisible S by Blue Ka Wing in Hong Kong Arts Festival 2017 (dramaturg and multimedia designer), among others.
His dance videos God Limps and 9 have been screened in various dance video festivals in Berlin, Brussels, Madrid, Palma, Nicolsa, Amsterdam, and Hong Kong and were awarded “Mención especial Fiver” of the Fiver International Screendance Movement, and the “Jumping Frames International Award” and “Audiences’ Choice” of Jumping Frames – Hong Kong International Movement-image Festival. Mountains, Seas, Panorama, a commission by Jumping Frames 2020 was included in the selection of Cannes Court Métrage - Short Film Corner catalogue of the 74th Festival de Cannes.
Researcher, lecturer, editor, art critic, and producer. She received her Bachelor and Master’s degrees from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Voyu obtained his Associate Degree of Applied Japanese Studies from the City University of Hong Kong and Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Theatre and Entertainment Arts from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, specializing in arts, event and stage management. Once a full-time performer at the Ocean Park Hong Kong, Voyu is currently a freelancer of stage performance and backstage support. He has recently embarked on the development of archery arts. Since 2010, his art group “Daai Bou Zaap Gei Tyun” has been visiting Taiwan and engaging in local community art projects, while studying different Taiwan tribes.
In the capacity of production manager, technical consultant and stage manager, Voyu participated in the following projects: After the Deluge and To the Moon by Kingsley Ng, Arts in the Park (HKYAF, 2010 – 2018), HKYAF Musical 2018 - FAME, FLOOD by HKYAF x British National Theatre Youth Drama, Songs of Portraits by Orleanproject (2018), The Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund and its Awardees Association - Performance 2018, Hong Kong Dance Xchange (2018, 2020, 2022), MaD 2019, Never Ending Hong Kong by Windmillgrass, STAY / AWAY by Frankie Ho Dance performance (2019), Contempolion by Daniel Yeung, among others. In October 2018, Voyu set up “Siu Fung Production” which specializes in professional stage management and technical support. It has been appointed as the long-term venue management and technical collaborator of ArtisTree and recently, its service has expanded into the field of visual art exhibitions.