Born in Hong Kong, Carol Lee started her studies of Chinese painting in 1983. She graduated from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University in 2001 (programme co-presented with Hong Kong Art School) with a BA (Fine Arts) and was elected a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society (RMIT Chapter) in the same year. In 2007, Lee received her Master of Fine Arts from RMIT University (co-presented with Hong Kong Art School). Her works are collected by the Philippe Charriol Foundation, Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung Foundation of Germany, Lviv Glass Museum in Ukraine, M+ Museum, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong Arts Centre and other private collectors.
Lau Chi Chung
Graduated from The Surry Institute of Art & Design University College (BFA on Interior Design) in 1999, Lau worked in the television commercial industry as an art director before becoming a full time artist. Lau started out on short films, he mostly works in photography and has exhibited in various international photo festivals. His photography series “Landscaped Artifacts” (2013) has gained him the New Photography Artist of the year from Lianzhoufoto Festival 2013. Lau received third prize of Hong Kong 1st Photobook Dummy Award 2021 at Hong Kong Photobook Festival for his latest work “The Dayspring of Eternity”.