B.1984. Edwin Lo is a sound artist based in Hong Kong. Through different explorations on sound, he tries to develop his own philosophy and language on sound and listening: thinking sound as an object of desire, as haunting memories and experiences.
Lo presents his body of work in different context such as writings, sound compositions, recordings, performances, videos and sound installations. Since 2008, his works are widely presented in various local and overseas occasions such as Hong Kong Sound Station (Hong Kong, 2009), 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 , White Walls Have Ears (Hong Kong, 2011), Uncharted – Braunschweig Project (Germany, 2013), RPM: Ten Years of Sound Art in China (United States, Hong Kong, and Shanghai, 2013-2014), Around Sound Art Festival (Japan, 2014) and more recently, he had his first solo show in Goethe Institut Hong Kong (2014) and participated in the major group show ‘Inside China’ (2014) at Palais de Tokyo. In 2016 summer, he presented his second solo show “Traces and Scenes” in Experimental Sound Studio in Chicago, United States.
Other than his solo works, he has also participated in theatre production since 2010. His first contribution as one of the core creative members in theatre production “Tides in Limbo” (2009) was awarded Jury Awards in Sidekick Theatre Festival. He continued his involvement in various production “My Favourite Time” (2009), “448 Things to do at 4.48” (2010) and “Woman Appetite” (2011).
More recently, he worked with French electroacoustic composer, Jean-Claude Eloy for curating and organising his coming concerts and events in Hong Kong supported by Hong Kong Art Development Council.