Born in 1988 Andrew Luk is an interdiciplinary artist whose practice investigates how civilization regards itself in relation to nature vis-a-vis history, technology, material, architecture, philosophy, science fiction and more. He works across disciplines to create artwork that often defies classification, frequently engaging sculpture, dance, video art, installation, relational art, and video games.
His work has been exhibited internationally including in Next Act, Asia Society, Hong Kong, China (2020); Shifting Landscapes, de Sarthe, Hong Kong, China (2020); Very Natural Actions, Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong, China (2019); Serious Games, HOW Art Museum, Shanghai, China (2019); Appropriate Responses for Featherless Bipeds with Broad Flat Nails, chi K11 art museum, Shanghai, China (2018); A Tree Fell in the Forest, and No One's There, Power Station of Art, Shanghai, China (2018); Practice, de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong, China (2017); At Wits' End, Kula Bazaar ACC, Gwangju, Korea (2016).
His work is included in public collections worldwide, including: Smart Museum of Art, Chicago, IL, USA; Frank. F. Yang Art and Education Foundation, Shenyang, China; University of Chicago, Booth School of Business, Chicago, IL, USA; and K11 Art Foundation, Hong Kong, China.
He is the recipient of the 2016 Project Grant from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council and the 2014 Emerging Artist Grant from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.
Andrew Luk graduated from the New England School of Art and Design (NESAD) in Boston, Massachusetts with a BFA in 2010. In the same year, he also graduated from Suffolk University in Boston, Massachusetts with a BA in European History.
Andrew Luk lives and works in Hong Kong.
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