NG Pak-fung, Paddy
Arts Education/ Art Director
Paddy (吳伯風) is the host of this project, graduated from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a Bachelor of Design (Honours) and a Master of Applied Social Sciences. Ng is also a studio host and study manager of “Making on Loft Community Design and Research Studio”, with experience in engaging design, social policy analysis and social impact assessment. He is also the founder and project director of “Wheel Thing Makers”, practicing whether social resources can be utilised more effectively to improve lives. In recent years, he has participated and planned a number of community arts, community culture promotion and related education projects.
CHOI Yuk-kuen, Bouie
Contemporary Art/ Art Creation
Amidst the urban imagery, Choi intends to depict how the object attempted to collide with the negative space, and painting as a process reconnecting the gap between the real and the unreal in an indescribable space and time.
After receiving her MA at Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2012, she started participating in community Art and cross-media collaborations. Never stopping her pursue in painting, Choi is concerned with the traces of environment and social values left on the individuals. Her works plays with absurdity from different contexts, finding them carriers and bringing new meanings - from texts, objects to 2- dimensional. Choi also participate in community art programme, she has formed an art collective with other Hong Kong Artists, named “CHT. Art Project”.
PANG Chek-ying, Angel
Arts Education/ Art Creation
PANG Chek-ying, Angel is a visual artist, educator, facilitator based in Hong Kong. She graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, minoring in Psychology. Pang is full of curiosity, she enjoys encountering with various people. She likes to collaborate with arts, cultural and community units, mostly working in paper creations such as collage, painting, paper-mache, maps, and picture books. She is open to engage these ideas into different arts, educational and community projects. She likes to rename different teams with animal names. “Storychick” was initiated by Pang, it is an independent art group that aims to engage picture book creation as an experimental platform.
Architectural Archive/ Art Creation
CHUNG Chi-ho is the co-founder of “Made-to-Measure” and “Pang Jai Architectural Documentation Group”. He with his partners wrote articles with architectural drawings of stairway shop as columnists of Ming Pao in 2018-2019. He also published the 《廖家雞舍史》- an architectural book of the story of Hong Kong chicken houses for 50 years under the proposal of Conservation of "Blue House Studio". In 2009, Chung Chi Ho and his partners who are architectural designers, artists, photographers and cultural workers, established the “Pang Jai Architectural Documentation Group” and they show the space and architecture of people half-self-building in Sham Shui Po to the public.
Digital Art/ Digital Art Integration
YU Wing-yan received her Bachelor of Arts (Visual Studies) from Lingnan University in 2011, and her Master of Fine Art (Creative Media) from School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong in 2019. She is now a programme coordinator of Creative Arts courses and Multi-media Lab tutor at HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity.
Digital Art/ Digital Art Integration YU Wing-yan received her Bachelor of Arts (Visual Studies) from Lingnan University in 2011, and her Master of Fine Art (Creative Media) from School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong in 2019. She is now a programme coordinator of Creative Arts courses and Multi-media Lab tutor at HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity. Yu concerns interrelation between arts, creators, and its receivers. She believes the undiscoverable sensation and intelligence could be portrayed in art. With experiences of documenting creative process of various HK makers, she is recently interested in the experimentality of videography, computer software and sound as. She is also keen on expanding the potential of drawing and animation as medium of storytelling. Her works have been shown in Hong Kong, Denmark, London, including HK Museum of Art (2019), Dynamo (2018), SPLICE (2018), The Fringe Club (2017), Cattle Depot Artists Village (2017), JCCAC (2017), RTHK (2016) etc.