2017-2019 M.A., Fine art.
Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. University of the Arts London. UK
2013-2016 B.A., Fine: Sculpture.
Wimbledon College of Arts. University of the Arts London. .UK
March 2020 'Forces, The Old Biscuit Factory, London, UK.
June 2019 'Plastic Capsule', Four Corners Gallery, London, UK.
May 2019 'Show One: Art', Central Saint Martins, London, UK.
March 2018 'Appetite', Apairy Gally, London, UK.
LAM Chung Yin, Jason is a Hong Kong-based artist and received a Master degree of fine art at Central Saint Martins college of arts and design, University of the arts London in 2019.
His practices present the conflicts of the perceptions, emotions, society and forms of art around his living, for example, digital style of living and political issue.
Since 2018, his second year at CSM, ‘2018: An Odyssey on Google Maps’ has been being the major on-going practice that focuses on the influence of digital thing and its two opposite values of tradition and the recent concept of ‘digital thing’. He is interested to remove the signature of digital things through using the traditional methods and materials.
In late 2019, he was influenced by the political issue in Hong Kong, which discloses the conflict between the people and the authority. A series of works were created that connotes the situations and effects of the conflict of two opposite ideologies.
The most recent practices, ‘The Stories of the drowned world’, is a fantasy of the afterworld that human beings are replaced by several new-found intelligence creatures in the earth. It is related to the life under an abnormal climate that was brought by human beings.