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Chinese name: 洪強
洪 強 博士 先後獲香港理工太古設計學院設計文憑、香港中文大學藝術系學士、英國倫敦中央聖馬丁藝術及設計研究院碩士(主修: 錄像及電影藝術)、瑞士蘇黎世藝術大學哲學 暨 英國普利茅斯大學 哲學博士。曾任德國新媒體重鎮卡爾斯魯厄 (Karlsruhe) 藝術與媒體研究中心 ZKM (Center for Art and Media ) 訪問學人(01-02) 。自1995年起，一直熱衷於實驗短片及錄像創作、新媒體藝術和中國哲學及美學方面的研究。洪博士亦為 '德國學術交流獎學金' [DAAD Scholarship] 及 '亞洲文化協會' 捷成漢伉儷獎助金 [Desiree and Hans Michael Jebsen Fellowship, Asian Cultural Council (ACC)] 得主。2005年，成立「燕老米的雅實驗室」（imhk lab），從事新媒體藝術研究及有關互動軟件藝術研發與應用工作。近年作品多集中討論以哲學、山、水、墨、時、空的概念切入錄像及互動藝術所呈現之可能性。
Dr. HUNG Keung is an internationally renowned digital media artist, researcher, scholar and designer, who has been involved in the creative and research aspects of film, video and digital new media art around the world since 1995. HUNG graduated from the Swire School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University (92); Chinese University of Hong Kong (95) and Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design, London, the United Kingdom (98) with an MA in Film and Video, and finished his Ph.D. from the Planetary Collegium , Zurich University of the Arts, Zurich, Switzerland and University of Plymouth, the United Kingdom (14) respectively in the areas of experiential and theoretical research to explore the digital media, design and interactive art at the turn of the century, and proceeded to develop the technological and conceptual aspects of his series of creative practices, as well as creativity education for design and artistic disciplines.
HUNG’s earlier creative research projects focus on exploring human limitations. Through interactive and moving digital images, the artist ventures into extending these limitations with the use of digital media technology. In his latest creative research projects, he further re-appropriates and enquires on the intricate relationships among Chinese philosophy of Dao, the concept of ‘Yellow Box’, viewers and digital moving images. On the academic front, he has always been interested in applying innovative concepts on learning & teaching as well as academic researches.
In the area of scholarly and innovative activities, HUNG’s PhD research focuses on re-appropriating Chinese art in the context of digital media through theoretical development and creative practice. He has published and exhibited a number of significant academic research papers, posters and creative and experimental research projects in various significant international refereed journals, exhibitions, biennial and international conferences for the aforesaid knowledge domains.
HUNG is regarded as the first Chinese artist and director to win these two international awards and four of his video works were selected to take part in the BBC Short Film Festival at the same year. Last but not least, HUNG Keung was the second-prize winner at Computer Graphics International 2001, and the first Chinese artist to receive the ‘Special Mention Interactive CD-ROM Award’, presented by the International New Media Arts Festival in Greece (01) and ‘Special Award for New Media’ in Croatia (02). In Hong Kong, regarding his earlier experimental film and video works, the Hong Kong Independent Short Film & Video Awards between 1998 and 1999 presented him with the Gold Award, the Special Award (in the category of video), and the Distinguished Award, among others. In addition, in recognition of his outstanding creative achievements in new media art, Hong Kong Art Development Council (HKADC) presented HUNG with the 2010 Award for Best Artist (Media Arts), HKADC presented him with the 2008 Award for Outstanding Young Artist (Media Arts), the Hong Kong Museum of Art presented him with the 2009 Achievement Award (2009), and the Hong Kong Museum of Art’s 2001 Hong Kong Art Biennial presented HUNG with the Prize of Excellence.
 The Collegium was awarded The World Universities Forum Award for Best Practice in Higher Education 2011. Within a transcultural, transdisciplinary perspective, the Planetary Collegium is concerned with the advancement of emergent forms of art and architecture, in the context of telematic, interactive and technoetic media, and their integration with science, technology, and consciousness research. The Collegium’s hub (CAiiA-Hub) is located in the School of Art and Media, with nodes in Kefalonia, Lucerne, Trento, and Zurich. Founded by Professor Roy Ascott.
Keywords : Motion & Information Graphic // Interactive & Digital Moving Images // Visualisation Skill & Information Graphic // New Media Art Research, Theory & Practice
Dr. HUNG’s creative practice involves working and researching across a range of media, including interactive performance, moving images, photography, experimental ink painting, installation and writing, etc. Alongside his individual practice and research he also leads a research lab ‘ imhk lab’ focus on new media art and design practice in research relation to Chinese philosophy and interactivity, which began in 2005.
洪 強 博士從1995年起，一直熱情於實驗短片及錄像創作、新媒體藝術和中國哲學及美學方面的研究。2005年，他成立了「燕老米的雅實驗室」（imhk lab），從事新媒體藝術研究及有關互動軟件藝術研發與應用工作。近年作品多集中討論以哲學，山，水，墨，時，空的概念切入錄像及互動藝術所呈現之可能性。
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