A video and media artist and professional radiographer, Ellen Pau co-founded Videotage, one of the earliest video artist collectives in Asia in 1986. She is the co-founder and curator of the Microwave International New Media Arts Festival since 1997; and has curated various exhibitions locally and internationally, including Digit@logue for Hong Kong Museum of Art, ZERO1 Biennial in San Jose and Transmediale in Berlin. In the 90s she also took part in film productions with directors Evans Chan, Ann Hui and Barbara Wong.

Major solo exhibitions in recent years include ‘What about home affairs’ (2019) curated by Freya Chou at Para-Site, and M+ And Art Basel Hong Kong co- commissioned video work ‘The Shape of Light’ (2022) on the video facade of M+. Her video works have been extensively exhibited in worldwide film festivals and art biennials (including the Hong Kong Pavilion in the 49th Venice Biennial) and are archived and collected by VMAC (Videotage Media Art Collection), Video Bureau, Griffith University, Pompidou Centre, M+ and private collectors.


近年個人展覽包括,2019年Para-Site藝術空間展出回顧展〈當家當當家〉(What about home affairs) ,2022年 受M+ 及巴塞藝術博覧會委創作電視幕牆公共藝術作品〈光之凝〉(The Shape of Light)。其作品曾於多個國際電影節及藝術雙年展展出(包括第49屆威尼斯雙年展香港展館),並為VMAC(錄影太奇媒體藝術收藏)、錄像局、格里菲斯大學、龐比度中心、M+及私人收藏家所收藏。


Ellen PAU 鮑藹倫

Hong Kong