LI Hiu-wa received his bachelor degree from the Academy of Visual Art, Hong Kong Baptist University in 2014.
He is always attracted to nonsense and unimportant stuffs which he finds hilarious. He also appreciates how other people create funny memes with great sense of humour.
He focuses on photography and is interested in exploring the concept of time and reality in photography. He believes that a photographic work has the quality that reflects the photographer’s inner thoughts.
The representation of photography allow us to contruct another reality from the real world. It is more important that how audiences feel and imgaine from the images.
Photography likes a window, connecting reality and imaginary. It also frames the view by specific angle and distance.
My photo editing process like transforming the window. By cropping and blowing up, or rearragnging the images, I recreate the size and form of the window, also what and how we can see through it. We also get the new experience to see a new world.
2017 Open The Windows When It Rains
Hatoba C.M.A. (by Art Center Ongoing)
2018 Observe / Scrutinise / Perceive
Gallery Exit, Hong Kong
2018 Weight Watcher
Kunstquartier Bethanien, Berlin
Anita Chan Lai-Ling Gallery, The Fringe Club
2016 Photo Matters: Book and Print Festival
Koo Ming Kown Exhibition Gallery, Communication and Visual Arts Building,
Hong Kong Baptist University
2014 Art as Social Interaction Hong Kong/ Taiwan Exchange
The Pier 2 Art Centre
2014 HKBU AVA Graduation Show 2014: Extension
K-11 Art Mall, Hong Kong
2014 HKBU AVA Graduation Show 2014
Kai Tak Campus, Academy of Visual Art, Hong Kong Baptist University
Artist in Residency
2014 Art Center Ongoing (Tokyo, Japan)
Support by Soundpocket (Hong Kong)