Enoch Cheng is an artist, independent curator, director, performer, writer, and founder of art collective Interlocutor.
His practice spans moving image, installation, curating, dance, events, theatre, and performance. Concerned with the everyday subtleties in contemporary urban lives, his works explore recurrent themes of place, travel, fiction, memory, time, and destination. He received his MA in Creative Writing at Goldsmiths, London, and BA in English Literature and Art History at the University of Hong Kong; he has also lectured at Hong Kong Art School. He is the recipient of Award for Young Artist at Hong Kong Arts Development Awards. He has worked as program manager for the Asia Art Archive in Hong Kong from 2008 to 2013.
He is currently researching on various ideas of extinction and migration, exploring themes about mythologies, nature, Asia and Africa. His recent exhibitions and performances in 2017 include Breath (Ruhrtriennale), Fair Gestures (Art Central), The Loss of the Yellow Striped Shirt (WING Platform), When Will I See You Again (Oi! Oil Street Art Space), The Garden (K11 Art Foundation, Chi Art Space).
Enoch Cheng is staing in Zagreb on Pogon residency during 2018.