Through the process of re-reading the very beginning of Asia’s film history, we discover that the ghost has disappeared. Meanwhile, obsolete technologies have become dead media, and artists are tracing the ghostly illusion of the image from these obsolete technologies. By combining archives, video, and 3D rendering, artists attempt to explore the ambiguity of historical and material memories.
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about the artist /
Phoenix Ngo Chun Tse lives and works between Hong Kong and London. He is a research-driven artist and curator. Working across the mediums of moving image, text, installation and performance, his practice engages with micro-histories, decolonialism, hauntology, transnationalism and media archaeology. He studied his BA (Hons) Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts and MFA Fine Art at Slade School of Fine Art.