Lo chi kit
Lo Chi Kit (born 1983, Hong Kong) received his BA degree in Fine Art from RMIT University, Australia in 2006. Employing different media, he is interested in the development of ideas with a focus on contemporary art and its social context. His works have been exhibited in mainland China, Taiwan, South Korea, India, Poland, Israel etc. Exhibitions include in 15th Hong Kong Art Biennial, Hong Kong Museum of Art; 9th Busan International Video Art Festival, Busan Museum of Art; Inward Gazes –Documentaries of Chinese Performance Art, Macao Museum of Art; It Takes Four Sorts, Taipei Fine Arts Museum; He Xiangning Art Museum, Shenzhen etc. Currently lives and works in Hong Kong.
(en)counters powerPLAY | 2013
A production line featuring a table, four chairs and four performers dressed in a uniform was active for four hours over teo hours over two days in one of Mumbai's promenades. Intended as an enquiry on the relationship between labor and currency value, the production line cut down textile fabrics to the size of a banknote, stamped them with the image of the rupee currency, counted and arranged into bundles.