Phoebe Hui continues to explores explore ideas of technological embodiment and indeterminacy in "The Chaos Project". Observers cannot predict the evolution of a kinetic sculpture. The deconstruction and reconstitution of various configurations also challenge the habitual mode of understanding familiar objects and encourage us to reflect on the relationship between freedom and constraint.
Phoebe Hui is interested in exploring new possibilities between sound, technology and language, and to transgress ordinary boundaries in multiple disciplines. Her latest inspirations have derived from electronics, computer science, literary theory and quantitative research methodology. She received her MFA at UCLA Design Media Art, MA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, and her BA in Creative Media from City University of Hong Kong. Over the years, she received a number of grants and awards, including the Hong Kong Art Development Council Young Artist Award (Media Art), Bloomberg Emerging Artist Award, Yale-China Art Fellowship, Asian Cultural Council Altius Fellowship and so on. She presented her research / projects locally and internationally, including Ars Electronica, ISEA, Metropolitan Museum of Art, MIT Media Lab, Hammer Museum, among others.
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