Oscar CHAN Yik Long
Oscar Chan Yik Long (b. 1988, Hong Kong) graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts of Hong Kong Baptist University in 2011. His practice focuses on personal experiences through different media including installation, ceramics, and illustration, most of which are site-specific. The works explore conditions of life, and how individuals associate themselves with others. Past exhibitions include solo exhibition “The Devil, Probably” (Observation Society, Guangzhou, 2015), and group exhibitions “Mountain Sites: View of Laoshan” (Sifang Art Museum, Nanjing, 2016), “Stars and Monsters” (Neptune, Hong Kong, 2016), “A Journal of the Plague Year” (Kadist Art Foundation and The Lab, San Francisco, 2015), “we all sleep alone” (Platform China, Hong Kong, 2013), “A Journal of the Plague Year” (Para Site, Hong Kong, 2013), “Re Un Defined” (Galerie Ora Ora, Hong Kong, 2013), and “New Trend 2011” (Artist Commune, Hong Kong, 2011). The artist currently lives and works in Hong Kong.