Lam Wing Sze is a Hong Kong-based video artist. She received her BA from the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, in 2015. Lam’s image narratives are often composed of scenes and situations she encounters by chance, but also those that she both anticipates and manipulates. Her role as an image-maker is to create a situation that gives the audience a viewing experience, opens up a conversation with that which was captured, and generates new meaning. Lam looks at scenery in the city and inverts daily observations into moving images that depict the perception and reflection of seeing. Lam currently works in museum education. Exhibitions and projects include ‘Our Manifestos II: Videography, Documentary Impulses’ (Floating Projects, Hong Kong, 2021), ‘Portals, Stories, and Other Journeys’ (Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong, 2021), ‘Sightlines’ (Hong Kong Art Centre, Hong Kong, 2019 and 41 Ross, San Francisco, 2017 ), ‘DREAM Video 100′ (West Bund Art & Design, Shanghai, 2018), ‘Wonder Foto Day’ (Songshan Cultural and Creative Park, Taipei, 2019), ‘The Aerial Actor’ (Art Omi, New York, 2018), ‘Observe / Scrutinise / Perceive’ (Gallery EXIT, Hong Kong, 2018), ‘Weighty Light’ (Affordable Art Fair, Hong Kong, 2018), ‘from here to there’ (Kunstquartier Bethanien, Berlin, 2016).