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Cheuk Wing Nam a.k.a. Chang May Wing Joy

Cheuk Wing Nam (as known as Chang May Wing Joy) is an interdisciplinary artist who devotes to develop her artwork with new concepts of mixing sound and other media with the modern computer technology.

She graduated from her Master Degree of Visual Arts (Studio Art and Extended Media) in Hong Kong Baptist University. She is specializing herself in new media installation and sound sculpture. During receiving her postgraduate training, she is under the tutelage of renowned artists including Bryan Chung, Kingsley Ng and Steve Hui (aka Nerve). With these concepts in mind, she interests to demonstrate the relationships between light and shadow, sound and space in her artwork.

She graduated from Bachelor of Business Administration in International Business (Japan) and minor in Marketing from City University of Hong Kong. Then she went on to pursue a High Diploma in Fashion and Clothing (Fashion Design stream) in Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She was the winner of JAL scholarship program in her Bachelor degree, which took her to Tokyo in order to experience Japanese culture extensively.

Cheuk has exhibited multiple works, including interactive installations, sound sculptures and sound installations and she performed in some musical events. Cheuk has exhibited and performed in Sonic Environment 2016 (Brisbane, Australia), Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK, Switzerland), XXX Gallery, 22 Degrees North, Connecting Spaces, floating projects, Hong Kong Baptist University. Recently, she is selected to participate in Sonic Transmission Artist Exchange Project 2016 by Contemporary Musiking Hong Kong (CMHK).

” In my artwork, I always attempts to display the similarities and/or contradictions between concepts and cultures. Deconstruction and assemblage are my practices of making artwork. The target maybe a material, a concept, a system or a phenomenon.

My artworks always carry a tone of humor where rejection and contest become imperative elements. “To interact or not to interact” is always one of the ironical element in my artwork.

I believe that sound could be a metaphor of some natural phenomenon as well as some city status. My work is about expressing my passion about soundscape relationship between human and nature.”

Cheuk Wing Nam, 2017


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