Tang Ying Chi

Tang Ying-chi merged different roles as curator, educator, editor and artist. She obtained both DFA and MFA degree from RMIT (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University) in Australia and BA (Fine Art) degree from Goldsmiths College of the University of London in England. Tang is interested in issues of cultural identity, city and urbanization. Her work ranges from painting to fabric installation. Her latest work investigates contemporary concept of painting with the assistance of digital technology by looking into landscape of world cities.

Tang received numerous awards including People of the Time at the 60th Anniversary of British Council in Hong Kong in 2008, Urban Council Fine Arts Award at the Contemporary Hong Kong Art Biennial in 1996, Artist-in-Residence, Lingnan University, Department of Visual Studies in 2010, Re-Wanchai: Hong Kong International Artists' Workshop, by The AiR Association Limited and Triangle Arts Trust in 2005. Tang is also the Editor-in-chief of the publication Oasis – Artists' Studios in Hong Kong published by Asia One and the convener of the Art Container Project at the West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade organized by MIA.

Tang's Works has been collected by Museums (Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Heritage Museum), Gallery, library (Central Library of Sydney), public and private organizations, individual in Hong Kong, Australia, China and other places as well.


鄧凝姿,於香港出生及成長。鄧氏兼具藝術創作及藝術推動者的角色:其作品在國際藝壇多次展出,由繪畫、混合媒介至布料裝置也有;鄧氏也籌劃了大型藝術項目「貨櫃藝術計劃2008」及編輯「走讀藝術-香港藝術家工作室 2007」。鄧氏先後獲英國倫敦大學金匠學院純藝術學士學位、及澳洲皇家墨爾本理工大學純藝術碩士及博士學位。2010年獲邀為香港嶺南大學「駐校藝術家」,2008 年當選香港英國文化協會60 周年「時代人物」,2005年獲邀參與「現場灣仔:國際藝術家交流工作坊(香港)」,2002年獲香港藝術推廣辦事處邀為「藝游鄰裡計劃」展出藝術家、1996年獲香港藝術雙年展視覺藝術獎等,亦多次獲香港藝術發展局及加拿大藝術撥款。作品為藝術館、圖書館、組織及私人收藏。其繪畫及布料車縫作品大多探討香港本土、文化及身份的問題。