Mark Chung (HK)
Carapace, 2016
5 C-type prints, each 35 x 35 cm, felt, dimensions variable
Installation view at The Museum of International Connectivity, The Dirty Dozen, Melbourne, Australia


Kay Mei Ling Beadman was born in England of mixed Chinese and English heritage. She is particularly interested in exploring the complexity of dual identity through the presence of the body. Her practice is multidisciplinary and includes painting, text, video and installation.


Beadman has a BFA from Reading University, UK and an MFA from RMIT, Australia. Since 1999, she has lived and worked in Hong Kong. She has exhibited in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Serbia, Singapore, Sri Lanka and the UK.

Selected Exhibitions


Silk Road: Portal to World Imagination, Xi’an Art Museum, Xi’an, China 

Wayang Malam 2: Short Films, Videos, Animations, McNally School of Fine Arts, Singapore

Enduring Reality Part 3, Hidden Space, Hong Kong (solo)

Man-made by Nature, City Hall Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong


IMAF 2016, 18th International Multimedial Festival, Center Gallery, Odzaci, Serbia; Suluv Gallery, Novi Sad, Serbia

The Museum of International Connectivity, The Dirty Dozen, Melbourne, Australia

Crossing Border | Border Crossing, JCCAC, Hong Kong


Shenzhen Biennale of Contemporary Art, Shenzhen University Art Museum, Shenzhen, China

This Time, Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Art Centre, Hong Kong

Tropical Lab 9: Island, Institute for Contemporary Arts, Singapore

The Remembering Body, Wah Tat Industrial Centre, Hong Kong (solo)

Peripheral, Lightscape Projects, Melbourne, Australia (solo)

Passageway, Gallery of Hong Kong Art School, Hong Kong Art Centre, Hong Kong



Burning, 247 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Asia Contemporary Art Show, BZ Art Gallery, Hong Kong 

SIX, Lightscape Projects, Melbourne, Australia

This Must be the Place, School of Art Gallery, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia


Stepping Out, Barefoot Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka