Edwin Lo Yun Ting is an artist working in time-based media. By utilizing sound and moving images as the focal point of his practice, his practice concerns the individuation of aesthetics, history and human sensorium through appropriation, fabrication, and digital objects.
Since 2008, Lo’s works are widely presented in various local and overseas exhibitions, festivals and residencies such as Para/site (Hong Kong), Shenzhen & Hong Kong Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism Architecture 2009, FILE 2010 – Electronic Language International Festival (Brazil, 2010), EMERGEANDSEE Media Art Festival (Germany, 2010), Hong Kong InDependent Film Festival 2010, City University of Hong Kong (2011), Braunschweig Project (Germany, 2013), RPM: Ten Years of Sound Art in China (United States, Hong Kong, and Shanghai, 2013), Around Sound Art Festival (Japan, 2014), Palais de Tokyo (2014), K11 foundation (2015), Tokyo Arts and Space (2017), Loop Barcelona (2019), FCEDP (2020, 2021), Pesaro International Festival of New Cinema (2022) and Image Forum Festival (2022).
In 2014 and 2016, Lo presented two solo exhibitions “Time spent, lost, and regained…” at Goethe Institut Hong Kong in 2014 and “Traces and Scenes” at Experimental Sound Studio in Chicago, the United States in 2016. In 2017, he presented his solo project “OBJEKT” with the sound art organization Singuhr in Germany. He recently was the research resident of Tokyo Arts and Space research residency in the summer of 2019 in researching the electroacoustic composition of Jean-Claude Eloy in Tokyo.
Lo lives and works in Hong Kong.