Andrew Luk was CFCCA’s Artist in Residence between July – September 2019; whilst Bahar Noorizadeh was in residence at Videotage, Hong Kong (July – September 2019).

Andrew Luk, Appropriate Responses for Featherless Bipeds With Broad Flat Nails (2018). image courtesy of the artist.

Andrew Luk, Appropriate Responses for Featherless Bipeds With Broad Flat Nails (2018). image courtesy of the artist.

Andrew Luk is a Hong Kong artist who creates installations, sculptures, and images that investigate the perceived relationships between civilisation and nature in different contexts.

He gained a dual degree in Fine Art and European History in Boston, USA and has since received the Hong Kong Arts Development Council Emerging Artist Grant for a breakout solo exhibition at Videotage. He has had solo exhibitions at Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong and K11 Art Museum in Shanghai, China.

Bahar Noorizadeh, After Scarcity (2018), Image courtesy of the artist.

Bahar Noorizadeh, After Scarcity (2018), Image courtesy of the artist.

Bahar Noorizadeh is a dual nationality (Iranian / Canadian) artist, filmmaker, writer, and platform designer. Her multi-disciplinary practice examines speculative philosophies, theories of finance, technology, law and computation and the impact of these on everyday life.

Her work has appeared in many international galleries and art festivals including Tate Modern Artists’ Cinema Programme, Berlinale Forum Expanded, Toronto International Film Festival and Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art.