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Based in Hong Kong and London, Tsim received training on BA Fine Arts and MA Biodesign respectively at Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University and Central Saint Martins.

 

Her artworks were exhibited in London, Hong Kong, Berlin, Brisbane, Sydney, Budapest, Helsinki and Shenzhen.  Her practice emphasizes exploring  the relationship between biotic material, bioethic, collectiveness and environmental justice, in terms of how humans can valuably contribute to the existing environmental conflicts and obstacle of biodiversity within a holistic ecosystem. In view of the exploitation and degradation of the natural world in the Anthropocene, there is no way we could be exceptional from such ecological chaos and climate emergency is calling for actions in different levels and aspects.  

 

She has been transferring her researches and questions into biodesign and contemporary art, not limited to kinetic installation, biomaterial-based sculpture, video and performance. The bio-materiality and   authentic sensory experience are absolutely powerful methods for inspiring design users and art audience, together co-learning more about the possibility of biological magic. In previous projects, she enjoyed working collaboratively with artists, designers, scientists and communities,  to create thought-provoking and participatory artworks that challenge traditional boundaries.

Awards

Awarded:

Distinction of Master of Art Biodesign,    

Central Saint Martins 22/23, University of Arts London 

 

CreateSmart Young Design Talent Special Award,

DFA Hong Kong Young Design Talent Award 2023

Shortlisted:

Mills Fabrica Innovation Award 2023

Global Design Graduate Show 2023

in collaboration with Gucci

#CreateCOP28 by Art Partner 2023

Biodesign Challenge New York, 2021

Nominated:

Green Trail Awards LVMH Maison/0 CSM 2023

詹昫嵐分別於在香港浸會大學視覺藝術學院及中央聖馬丁大學獲藝術 (BA) 和生物設計 (MA) 的學位,現於香港和倫敦兩地工作 。其作品曾在倫敦、香港、柏林、布里斯班、悉尼、布達佩斯、赫爾辛基和深圳等地展出。

 

她的實踐著重探索生物材料、生物倫理、群體性和環境正義的相互作用,即人類如何有價值地介入整體生態系統中為環境中的沖突與生物多樣性面對的障礙。在自然被過度開發與物種被剝削的 「人類世」面前,而我們無法從生態混沌和氣候緊急狀況中置身例外。

她慣以研究和問題轉化為生物設計和當代藝術,不僅限於設計、動態裝置、生物材料為主的雕塑、影像和表演。(生物)材質性和真實的感官體驗無疑是激發設計使用者和藝術觀眾的有效方法,讓我們共同學習更多關於生物世界的可能性。在以往的項目中,她喜歡與藝術家、設計師、科學家和社區合作,創造引及性和參與性的藝術作品,挑戰既有的界限。

Exhibitions

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2014

“Tokens of Remembrance”, Galleria Myymälä2, Helsinki

“The Bio-Calibrated: Tools and Techniques of Biodesign Practices Symposium” Exhibition
Intercontinental Bienal 2023,
Colombia, Argentina & Brazil
Valency, APT Gallery, London 
“Post Petri” Graduation Showcase,
Central Saint Martins
“Diachronic Echoes”, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity Gallery, Hong Kong

“BIODESIGN IN PROCESS”, Central Saint Martins, London
Post Human Narratives - In Name of Scientific Witchery” commissioned by Para Site*, Hong Kong
“Biodesign.one”, Virtual Exhibition, London
“Over The Sea, Over The Ocean”, Current Plans, Hong Kong*

Post-Human Narratives - The Co-existing Land“,
Cattle Depot, Hong Kong*
“Beyond Animal”, 7 Mallory Street, Hong Kong*
“ Art Basel 2021”, Hong Kong 

Infection Invader, 1a space, Hong Kong 
Dear Dong,, Hong Kong
Beyond Animal, Hong Kong 

Outside the dwelling, Budapest Art Quarter, Budapest
The Tongue.The Snail.The Mimosa Pudica, AVA Gallery, Hong Kong
Hashtag, PING PONG, Hong Kong
 
CROSSING BORDER I BORDER CROSSING, International Festival of Intermedia, Hong Kong
 
The BA Visual Arts Graduation Show 2016 of Baptist University, Hong Kong
From here to there - IAM international art moves. Kunstquartier Bethanien, Germany
 
MYTH Exhibition. Koo Ming Kown Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong
Wear Next_. Artisan- Idea.skill.product 381 Brunswick St, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Wear Next_. ENABLING TECHNOLOGY, Queensland University of Technology,
Brisbane, Australia
Symposium: Beyond the Sound,
‘Living Sound’ Exhibition, Hong Kong
Visual Arts Annual Exhibition: Balance, AVA Gallery, Hong Kong
      
5 Minutes Older, PMQ, Hong Kong
Observing, Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Face to Face, Thematic Installation,
The 1st Hong Kong - Shenzhen Design Biennale

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