Kwong San Tang was born in Guangdong and now lives in Hong Kong. His practice combines photographs, drawings, objects and videos that trace intergenerational family memories and social history. Through reorganising and reinterpreting old belongings, family photo albums, and documents in a range of media, he explores the subtle, intricate and complex connections between longing, loss, and belonging.
Nga Chi Yuen was born and lives in Hong Kong. She draws inspiration from the contradictions between living conditions and working experience. In recent years, she has mainly explored themes revolving around animals, the state of captive animals, and the relationships and similarities between these states and the human condition, from historical, geographical, and political perspectives.