Li Hiuwa (b.1991) is always attracted to nonsense and ‘unimportant things’ which is sourced from city life, finding the hilarity in its midst and connecting every fragment that is taken by his camera. Li’s poetic and subtle observations are always present in his works through still images that resist the fast pace of the city. Li is a photo-based artist who lives and works as an art technician in Hong Kong. He received his BA from the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University. Li enjoys manga, and has been experimenting on image with different construction materials, such as glass, concrete, and metals. He is recently thinking of space, such as how it could be constructed and affected our senses and experience when we arrange the objects and subjects in the space, and what kind of narratives could be presented in it.