Panel Discussion I
How Online Shapes Art?
Wed, 8 Sept 2021 on Zoom
4pm – 6pm HKT II 10am – 12noon CET
Dr. Damien CHARRIERAS
Tuçe EREL (DE)
Selected Projects by Tuçe EREL
Ryo IKESHIRO (JP,UK,HK)
Girls! Girls! Girls! Girls! Boys!
Vincent RUIJTERS (NL,JP)
Dynamics of Mass Connectivity
TSUI Brothers (HK)
Elaine WONG (HK)
Viola YIP (HK,DE)
Dr. Damien CHARRIERAS
SCM, CityU HK
Damien CHARRIERAS is associate professor at the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong. His current funded projects investigate situated forms of digital creativity in urban setting (media arts; electronic music); the diverse technologies used to conceive 3D real time environment (especially game engines); blockchain in video games and art; discursive approaches to creative software; new pedagogical approaches to critical worldbuilding. He recently co-edited the volume Fractured Scenes – Underground Music-Making in Hong Kong and East Asia (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021) as well as Electronic Cities: Music, Policies and Space in the 21st Century (Palgrave MacMillan, 2021). He authored a public policy report for the Policy Innovation and Co- ordination Office (PICO), Hong Kong S.A.R. Government (The Development of a New Media Expertise in the Creative Economy of Hong Kong, 2019).
(1981, Ankara) is a curator, art writer, and cultural worker based in Berlin. Erel uses her sociology education in her curatorial research. She prefers to twist and challenge the conventional social science methodologies. She explores the concept of hacking as a way to unbox the concept of bio-politics, posthumanism, Anthropocene, ecological crisis, naturecultures, non-human agency, artistic speculation and imagination. She is a member of TOP Transdisciplinary Project Space and Art Laboratory Berlin.
is an artist, musician and researcher. His work explores the possibilities of meaning and context presented through sound as well as its materiality in relation to digital audio and audio technologies. He was part of the Asia Culture Center’s inaugural exhibition in Gwangju, South Korea, and he is a contributor to Sound Art: Sound as a medium of art (ZKM Karlsruhe/MIT). He is an Assistant Professor and co-director of SoundLab at the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong.
PhD. Born 1988 in The Netherlands. Currently based in Tokyo. Ruijters focuses on the phenomenology of intimacy and ethnic identity. Through his art he explores how contemporaneity shifts and modifies these phenomena. In his work overstimulation, speed and coldness of contemporary systems clash with the artist’s need to cherish and express what is deeply human. Physicality, materiality, technology, interaction, and the sense of touch are fundamental elements of his practice.
The twins, Haze & Long TSUI grew up in Hong Kong in the 1980s, graduated in the School of Creative Media of City University & School of Design of Polytechnic University. They started to draw together in childhood and bonded as a creative team since 2006. Focusing on cross-media projects, including design, advertising, moving images and artwork creations.
In 2014, established Milktealogy, a research project on the culture of ‘milk tea’ in Hong Kong and across the world. The team has started to create award-winning animation series about it: “Teatime Rhapsody” & “TransForMeal”.
lives and is based in Hong Kong. She received her Master of Fine Art (Creative Media) from School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong. With a background in fine arts painting, she regards her practice as an investigation of the potentials of art beyond representation, its relation to sensation, documentation and experience. Her interest in the experiential quality of works leads her to engage in experiments with videography, sound and media installations.
A Native of Hong Kong, Viola YIP is an experimental composer, performer and sound artist. Her work has been focusing on developing musical instruments and performances that explore materiality, performativity, relationality, affect and the human-machine relationships between the digital and the analog worlds. Viola’s work has been presented in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Ireland, England, Portugal, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Beijing and Malaysia.