Auto.mob — Exhibition at The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School

The architect is the origin, or their creations lead them to the primordial root?

The “Auto.mob” exhibition reflected the origin of civilization and the relationship between architect and autonomous. Generating interactive experience with symbolic visual images, composing a micro landscape with interactions from autonomous agents. Construct a digital phenomenon with reinforcement learning method, record a narrative within a period of runtime. The architect cultivated a result, analysis by their creation. Came to the conclusion that a structure without solid formula and a space performing variations.

Exhibition Period : 27 March – 23 April 2021
Time : 11am – 8pm (Closed on Sundays & Public Holidays)
Venue : The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School  (10/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong)
Participating Artist : Lazarus CHAN

‧Opening Reception
27/3 (Sat) 3pm – 6pm @ The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School

Artist Biography
CHAN Long Fung, Lazarus (b.1996)

Lazarus CHAN is a new media artist who explores human experience including life & death, consciousness and time in his works. He specializes in multifaceted mediums, such as soundscape, electronics, data visualization, generative art and mixed media.

Graduated from the School of Creative Media at City University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Art School, his student work, “Stochastic Camera”, was well-received and he was invited to share the work as an alumni / a student representative for the School of Creative Media. In 2019, he initiated “Draw With Code” workshop and was interviewed by Hong Kong Society for Education in Art ( HKSEA ). He was awarded the Best Graduation Work and Best Academic performance from Hong Kong Art School ( HKAS ) in 2016.

During 2019 – 2020, He was working as a full-time Interactive Visualist & Soundscape Designer in an award-winning hybrid innovative studio ( XCEPT ), his commercial work has toured in China multiple cities, including Shanghai, Tianjin, Xi’an, Harbin, etc.