Elaine Wing-Ah Ho

Elaine W. Ho joined Spring Workshop for two collaborative sessions during the HK Farm residency of 2014-2015. Along with highlighting questions regarding food production as an aesthetic and political praxis during the Winter Discussion, Elaine contributed as writer, editor and collaborating artist for the three-day embodied knowledge HK FARMers’ Almanac event.

Her work spans the realms of time-based art, urban practice and design, using multiple vocabularies to explore the micropolitics, subjectivities and alter-possibilities of an intimate, networked production.

The act of describing takes on a number of forms—a kind of grammar, a documentation, a gesture, a biography—or an experiment in Beijing known as HomeShop. She is the initiator of the artist-run space, active from 2008-2013, and continues to ask questions about the sociopolitics of syntax, more recently as fellow at the Institute for Spatial Experiments (Berlin, 2014) and participating artist in The Nightmare of the Exhibition (Power Station of Art; Shanghai, 2015). She likes to drink coffee and tea mixed together and is a frequent contributor at www.iwishicoulddescribeittoyoubetter.net.

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