April 30, 2021

HK Artist Spotlight, Presented by ART Power HK 

Jaffa Lam

An educator and artist, Lam primarily works with recycled materials, from recycled woods to the fabric from old umbrellas. The majority of her artworks are site-specific, where the pieces' creation is based on the display location, be it the city itself or within the exhibition space. 

Jaffa Lam, 'Singing under the moon for today and tomorrow', recycled umbrella fabric and sound system, Installation shot at 'In the Name of Art- Hong Kong Contemporary Art Exhibition- Hong Kong Week' in Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, Taiwan, 2015


Jaffa Lam, 'Bridge', Installation shot at Hong Kong Arts Centre for 'Jaffa Lam Laam Collaborative: Weaver', 2013


About the series
The HK Artist Spotlight Series presents video interviews that bring you insights and thoughts from some of Hong Kong's most exciting artists. Created in collaboration with ART Power HK Supporting Partner, Lime Content Studios, the series puts a spotlight on Hong Kong's artist community, listening to and sharing the thoughts of artists of widely varying ages, practices and perspectives. 

Tune in every Friday at 5pm to hear from our Hong Kong artist of the week, you can expect to hear them hone in on career highlights, future plans, impacts of COVID-19 on their work, and thoughts on the Hong Kong arts community as a whole. 


About Jaffa Lam
Instagram: @jaffalam
Facebook: @Jaffa Lam


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