YAU Kwok Keung (b. 1988, Hong Kong) currently lives and works in Hong Kong. He received his Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Visual Communication Design from School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2012. Frequently inspired by the various fractured relationships between himself and the surroundings, his work connects the symbols of ancient myths, historical events and everyday objects, and dilutes varying connections between the objects and himself while constantly carving and smoothing out the traces on his works, a sense of calm and uneasy detachment are usually displayed in the forms of paintings, moving images and installations.

His work has been featured in solo and group exhibitions in various art institutions, including “Made in Hong Kong” (Art Central, Hong Kong, 2022), “The Sunshine Is Still There” (SC Gallery, Hong Kong, 2022), “Lets Try Catching Steam with Bare Hands” (Gallery Exit, Hong Kong, 2021), “The Dimensions of Living: A House is” (Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre, Hong Kong, 2020), “The Bacteriology Drawing Lab” (Hong Kong Museum of Medical Sciences, Hong Kong, 2019), “Everythings Alright” (K11 chi art space, Hong Kong, 2016) and “Yesterdays” (Osage Gallery, Hong Kong, 2013). His works have been collected by private collectors and galleries of Hong Kong.

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