Art in the Cloud

Art in the Cloud – Kattie FAN

Kattie FAN (Curator)

As a double master degree holder with background in creative media and cultural studies, Fan is a curator and producer specialized in media arts and cross-disciplinary arts. Currently the festival director of ifva, Hong Kong Arts Centre, her projects include “ifva Awards and Festival” (2009-), “Cinema 2.0 Exhibition” (2010-), “Chroma 11” VR dance film experience (2021), “ifva Everywhere Carnival” (2016-2020), “Indie is… Hong Kong Independent Short Films 1995 – 2014” (2015), “Animation Lab” (2012), “Bloomberg Emerging Artist Programme and Exhibition” (2008), etc.

Video: FindingEva

FindingEva – an interactive story journey in the form of mobile app, where the player, as a lost property manager, would experience a series of ‘lost and found’ incidents in a mixed reality sci-fi narrative.

When exhibitions and performances migrate to online platforms, FindingEva narrates a story of the current moment, connects and crosses the boundaries between the online and offline sites, leads audiences into a realm of mystery to walk through 12 locally produced media artworks and a secret spot in the city. Is it a journey for the lost item, or, for the missing exit?

Artworks feature in the video:
Pedal Power Projector by Cheung Wai-chun Kevin;
Let it Ride by Mak Hei-yan Heiward;
St. Peter’s Cupboard by Yip Man-wah Mick;
Upside Down Contemporary Camera Obscura by Lo Wai-lun Alan, Ng Kai-chung Tommy;
ONLY3MATTERS by Chilai Howard;
LoopOut Radio by Tsui Ka-hei Haze.