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Contact: lhm@lawhoman.com

LAW HO MAN (羅皓雯)

Law Ho Man (b.1992) is an independent artist from Hong Kong. She is now working and living in Berlin. She received her Bachelor in Fine Arts (B.F.A.) at Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2014. Her works examine about identity, race and language by creating videos. Her works has been exhibited in various institutions in Hong Kong and Germany.

Education

2016-present, Diploma of Media Arts, Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig (HGB)

2011-2014 Bachelor of Fine Arts of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)

Study trip

Aug,2012 Art Tour in Germany, supported by CUHK

Artist in Residency

May,2017 Pilotenkueche International Artist Residency, Leipzig, Germany

Exhibitions

Full Stop, Final show of Pilotenkueche International Artist Residency, Leipzig, Germany 2017
Diese Garderobe, Rundgang 2017, Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany 2017
Wire Arts Experiment, vol. 2, Berlin, Germany 2015
‘Mobile Cinema @ City Visions Jena’, Jena, Germany 2015
‘Hairly’, Law Ho Man Solo Exhibition, Ako Berlin, Germany 2015
‘Vanishing Line’ I-care sponsored exhibition in Cheng Ming Building, CUHK 2014
‘We Don’t Drink Water’, The Art of CUHK 2014 Graduation Exhibition in Art Museum, CUHK 2014
‘/ˈpraktɪs/’ Lai Oi Ki and Law Ho Man Joint Exhibition in New Asia Ch’ien Mu Library 2014
‘FFFF’ Joint Exhibition in Hui Gallery 2013
‘dOCUMANTA(13.5)’ , The Exhibition of Art Tour in Germany 2012
‘CUHK Fine Arts’, Annual Exhibition in CUHK 2012
‘Happy Birstday’, The Year One Showcase , Joint Exhibition 2011
‘Cheerful Studio’s Students Joint Exhibition’ in Tsuen Wan Town Hall 2010

Artist Statement

macht sichbar
意思是使看不見的東西被看見
那就是流動的意識
經歷是中性,即無法改變的
永無息止的只有意識
一絲的意識就是我的重心

macht sichbar
Visibility of invisible objects
is the same as the flowing consciousness
Experience is neutral
unchangeable
unceasing
Bit of being my gravity

Sichtbarkeit unsichtbarer Objekte
ist dasselbe wie das fliessende Bewusstsein
Erfahrung ist neutral
unveränderlich
unaufhörlich
Teil des Seins meiner Schwerkraft