Tang (b. 1988, Hong Kong) uses a range of technologies and platforms in his projects, including ink painting, video, sound and collaborative performance.
Through studying on the form of mapping in these years, his works focus on geo-politics, social-cultural landscapes and artistic interpretation of topographical reality. Especially, he extends his mapping on the cityscape, heritages and parks in Hong Kong. These works show colonisation, urbanisation, and also to state domination and resistance concerning specific historical events.
He received his Bachelor of Visual Arts from Academy of Visual Arts(AVA), HKBU in 2010. He was invited to an artist-in-residence programs in Zurich by The Zurich University of the Arts in 2014 and Treasure Hill Artist Village, Taiwan in 2022. He was awarded Grant Award by Muses Foundation (2012), the Louis Mak Chinese Painting Award (2012), AVA Award (2010), Yau Sang Cheong Chinese painting Award (2009). Recently, Tang has participated in exhibitions including, “Ink City” (Tai Kwun, 2021), “Hidden Forest” (Asia Society Hong Kong Center, 2019), “A Taste of Hong Kong” (Les Halles de Schaerbeek, Belgium, 2016), “音 をめぐる場と表現” (Kyoto Art Center, Japan, 2016), and “China 8 – Tradition Today – Ink Painting and Calligraphy” (Kunstmuseum Gelsenkirchen, Germany, 2015) . His artworks have been exhibited in museums, art organizations and galleries in Germany, Switzerland, Japan, China, Taiwan and Hong Kong.