Michelle Fung

Hong Kong Canadian interdisciplinary artist Michelle Fung's lifelong oeuvre revolves around a grand dystopian world-building narrative in year 2084, presenting a fictional geopolitical map of a bizarre future in the Anthropocene. She has an upcoming solo exhibition at the municipal museum Art Gallery Boris Georgiev, Varna, Bulgaria, as the invited guest artist of the Quarantine Film Festival (2022) and has held recent solo exhibitions at leading artist-run galleries in Australia (2019) and California (2018), as well as the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (2019.) Fung has been awarded with multiple grants with Canada Arts Council, Pure Art Foundation (Hong Kong), Hong Kong Home Affairs Bureau and Hong Kong Arts Development Council. Her works have garnered awards including Film that Matters, the Animaze Animation Film Festival, Canada (2019), 50 Best Books for Secondary Students, Hong Kong Professional Teacher's Union (2018), winner of Young Writer's Debut Competition, Hong Kong (2017), the Grotto Award, Hong Kong Baptist University (2015) and Award of Excellence, Fourth Greater China Illustration Awards (2012 and 2016.) Her short films have been selected at many international film festivals and she has participated in prestigious international residencies including Banff Centre, Canada (2010), Art Omi, NY, USA (2016) and The Arctic Circle, International Territory of Svalbard (2022.) She holds a BFA, The University of British Columbia, Canada and MVA, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong.
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Hong Kong, Hong Kong