SIU, King Chung
Design You Don't Know What to Do With
An art and design commentator, an installation artist, an independent curator, King is actively involved in arts policy and art/design curriculum development in Hong Kong. As past-President of the Hong Kong Society for Education in Art and a founding member of the installation group NUX, King loves to produce experimental videos, explore possible forms and approaches for installation art, as well as initiate collaboration among students, teachers, designers and artists through curating exhibitions and publishing projects, such as 'The Blackbox Exercise', 'Journey to the East '98', 'Home Affairs', 'Cityscapes Reading Guide' and 'Designs You Don't Know What to Do With'. He co-founded the Designs You Don’t Know What to Do With Association and the Community Museum Project in 2002 & 2003 respectively. King is currently Assistant Professor in the School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Community Museum Project