My research takes root in my definition of listening as a concept that goes beyond sole sonorous events; it encompasses a holistic sensitive experience of the world, rooted in a particular posture of care and attention that informs conceptually and formally my interdisciplinary media art practice, in which research, theories, and productions are all embedded in an experimental approach. From a focus on sound and images, my research scope has expanded beyond the notion of object or a specific medium, to explore the aesthetics of systems with research on kinetic sculptures that simulates particular ecosystem or natural phenomena. Since 2010, I have contributed as an ambisonic sound composer and audio programmer for unique immersive visualisation systems combined with powerful sonic architectures that are benchmarks in the realms of virtual, augmented, mixed realities. These works reinterpret tangible and intangible heritage and archival materials from many regions including Asia, Australia and Europe.
Exhibitions and works have received grant funding from Art Promotion Office, Art Development Council, Dunhuang Academy, Oak Maritime (HK) Inc., City University of Hong Kong Applied Laboratory for Interactive Visualization and Embodiment (ALiVE), Centre for Applied Computing and Interactive Media (ACIM), Hong Kong Heritage Museum.