Fan Lok Yi is a curator and artist based in Hong Kong. She works to reveal the connections between urban space, history, and the environment through research and collaborative artistic processes. Currently the Curator of Make A Difference Institute, Fan’s curated projects include The University of Play (2018) and Kwai Tsing Daily@West Kowloon (2016 – 2017). She received her Master of Arts degree in Fine Art from University of the Arts London and Bachelor of Architectural Studies from the University of Hong Kong. In 2018, the team of Fan Lok Yi and Sampson Wong received the M+ / Design Trust Research Fellowship, and they have been studying the international trends and local factors that shaped twentieth-century Hong Kong playscapes.

樊樂怡為香港的策劃人及藝術家,透過研究、協作和藝術過程,探尋城市空間、歷史及環境之間的關係。現為「創不同協作」策劃人,曾策劃項目包括「玩之大學」(2018)、2016至2017年的「青涌生活節@西九」等等。畢業於香港大學建築系,其後獲倫敦藝術大學藝術碩士學位。2018年獲M+ / Design Trust 研究資助,與黃宇軒合作研究國際潮流和本地因素如何影響二十世紀香港遊戲地景的設計。


2011 MA Fine Art, Wimbledon College of Art, University of the Arts London
2007 Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies, The University of Hong Kong

Solo Exhibitions

Nov – Dec 2011 Walkscape: Reading Urban Fragments, Artist Commune, Hong Kong
Jan – Feb 2011 Panoramic City in Transformation, Hong Kong Gallery, Hong Kong

Group Exhibitions

Feb 2016 The 2nd Emptyscape Art Festival, Hong Kong
Feb 2014 Opening of Hong Kong Urban Laboratory, Hong Kong
Jun 2013 Grounded: Ping Yeung School of Art, Ping Che Village School Art Festival, Hong Kong
Mar 2012 Simbiose, Associação Cultural Cecília, São Paulo, Brazil
Mar 2011 Futura Bold / Futura Oblique, Wimbledon College of Art Interim Show, Nunnery Gallery, London
Apr 2011 Unexpected / Unexplored, Acquired Space, London
Sep 2011 Wimbledon College of Art Degree Show, London


"A brief history of playgrounds in Hong Kong," M+ Stories, 28 February 2019,

〈石籬的現代遊戲地景〉,藝術界2018香港藝術季特刊 |《藝術遊樂場》,2018年3月。
A Modern Playscape in Shek Lei, LEAP 2018 Hong Kong Art Season Special: Art for Play, Mar 2018.

〈50年前港有超前衛遊樂場 美建築師:香港比美國更開放!〉,香港01,2017年2月28日。


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