A Buddhist, moving image and sound artist, Anson Hoi Shan Mak studied film for her undergraduate degree, film and cultural studies for M. Phil, and a mix of moving image, sound and web-based archival projects for the Doctorial degree. She has been interested in cityscape and the notion of time.
Besides single channel film/video, she also does phonography sound art, sound installations and web-based projects. She is especially interested in experimental ethnography and novelty of the medium of Super 8 film in the digital era.Recently, she is interested in lens-based inter-media works (120mm photography, video and super 8 film) and pantam culture and performance.
Currently, she works as Associate Professor in Academy of Visual arts, Hong Kong Baptist University.