Launch of e-Catalogue⎹ ACC @ Art Basel Hong Kong 20222022-5-24
Launch of e-Catalogue⎹ ACC @ Art Basel Hong Kong 2022
ACC@Art Basel Hong Kong Week#5 Bulletin features the final five of our alumni artists, whose works are a quintessential quest to understand the cosmos and our place in it, and instill a sense of fulfillment, peace, introspection, mystery and infinity. They are Hung Keung, Phoebe Hui, Otto Li, Au Hoi Lam, and Tang Kwok Hin.
In conjunction with this milestone exhibition, we have also launched an e-Catalogue which documents all the information you need to know about the show, including artists' biographies, images of the artworks and work details. All these are now right at your fingertips. Click here to view the e-Catalogue. If are interested in a specific piece shown, please contact Gamily Cheung at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you next week at our booth at Art Basel Hong Kong!
ACC @ Art Basel Hong Kong 2022
May 27 to May 29 (Preview on May 25 & May 26)
L1 - Concourse
Hung Keung, Phoebe Hui, Otto Li, Au Hoi Lam and Tang Kwok Hin
Practice and Cultivation:
Bodhisattva Series 01
30 x 45 cm (buddha drawing)
30 x 115 cm (in scroll, length variable)
Chinese rice paper, brush, ink painting and
lighting installation, etc.
Hung Keung (2005 Fellow) is a digital media artist involved in the creative and research aspects of film, video and digital new media art. He focuses on exploring human limitations through interactive and moving digital images, and ventures into extending these limitations with technology. In his latest installations and performances, Hung further enquires about the intricate relationship between the viewers and these moving images. Hung is the first Chinese artist to receive the Special Mention Interactive CD-ROM Award presented by the International New Media Arts Festival in Greece, and Special Award for New Media in Croatia. He has won the Gold Award at the Hong Kong Independent Short Film & Video Award, the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards—Best Artist (Media Arts) in 2008, and the 2009 Achievement Award presented by the Hong Kong Museum of Art.
55 x 40 cm each, in pair, framed
Custom tinted ink prepared by the artist. All the ink is unique for each drawing
without duplication. Japanese Washi paper. Framed with Teak wood and glazing with
Phoebe Hui (2010 Fellow) is an interdisciplinary artist and researcher primarily working in the relationship between language, sound and technology. Her recent projects increasingly rely on interdisciplinary ideas drawn from the machine learning, philosophy of science and system aesthetics. Hui received her MFA at UCLA Design Media Art, Los Angeles, her MA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London, and her BA in Creative Media from City University of Hong Kong. In 2019, she was selected as the featured artist of the 5th Audemars Piguet Art Commission to realize a large-scale installation titled “The Moon is Leaving Us”, marked the first Audemars Piguet Art Commission to be shown in Asia. She is also the recipient of the HKETO Yale-China Art Fellowship, Hong Kong Art Development Council Young Artist Award (Media Art) and Bloomberg Emerging Artist Award.
Structure from the Moon Cycle
12 x 67 x 18 cm
25 x 80 x 40 cm (with display case)
40.6 x 24.9 cm (digital printing with acrylic
Spray color on laser cutting acrylic
Edition 2 + 1AP
Works of Otto Li (2016 Fellow) focus on exploring the nexus between virtuality and reality owing to his years of experience as a concept artist in the CGI animation industry. By reconstructing images with collective data in the forms of sculpture, virtual modeling, digital drawings and interactive installation, he embraces the possibilities of interpreting and re-interpreting visual data and translation between various media. He explores cities, landscapes and environments in different parts of the world and seized the opportunity to collect sounds for his ongoing series of “Soundscape”. The series has been met with great popularity, with artworks created on a commission basis for international corporations, shown in multiple public locations including Hong Kong and London, and acquired for private and public collections worldwide. His works have been presented in Saatchi Gallery (London), CAFA Art Museum (Beijing), MoCA Shanghai, and the Hong Kong Museum of Art.
At this Moment (11.11.11)
35.5 x 35.5 cm
Pencil, acrylic and
handkerchief on linen
Au Hoi Lam (2019 Fellow) is a painter known for creating environments or tableaux through her paintings that are presented as remnants of lived experiences or relationships, widely admired for her delicate, thought-provoking paintings and environments. Her solo exhibition, “Au Hoi Lam: My Father is Over the Ocean”, presented by Osage Gallery in 2013 was widely praised for its commitment to careful self- reflection that was both analytic and emotional. Three years later, “Au Hoi Lam: Memorandum (___)” was exhibited at Art Basel Hong Kong, embodying ways of remembering and forgetting. Au has been awarded Alexandre Yersin Excellence Scholarship, Nokia Arts Awards (2000), Hong Kong Arts Development Awards—Young Artists (Visual Arts) in 2013. Her works are collected by the Hong Kong Museum of Art and M+ Museum.
Dust and Fatigue
88 x 132 cm
*Draft for preview only
Tang Kwok Hin (2013 Fellow) is a cross-disciplinary artist and filmmaker. Tang’s artistic practice originates in his inquiries into his background as an indigenous inhabitant, and the exploration is developed and closely related to his own life journey and experiences, as well as to the place where he lives. Through observing the surroundings, he introspects himself and the others, reality and imagination, anyone and anything between the old and new. He has participated in Hong Kong Pavilion of the 15th International Architecture Exhibition of Biennale di Venezia, 7th Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture, 15th WRO Media Art Biennale. He was awarded First Prize at the Hong Kong Contemporary Art Biennial 2009, Hong Kong Arts Development Award—Young Artist (Visual Arts) 2010. Collectors of his art include the Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Deutsche Bank, Amelia Johnson Contemporary and private collections.
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We are most grateful to Art Basel for providing venue support for the ACC 60th Anniversary Exhibition.