CHOI Sai-ho 蔡世豪

— Star (2007 / 7:23 / colour / sound) • Move (2011 / 3:30 / colour / sound)

CHOI Sai-ho 蔡世豪

Choi Sai-ho, a multimedia musician and media artist, has obtained a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Media at the City University of Hong Kong in 2008. He was selected as the first Hong Kong musician to join the Red Bull Music Academy 2006 in Melbourne; the Best of Hong Kong Indie 2009 Number One by Hong Kong Time Out Magazine, the CNNGO Best Hong Kong bands in 2011. He received the Award of Young Artist (Media Arts) by “Hong Kong Arts Development Awards 2012″. The participated performances include Clockenflap Music & Arts Festival (2011, Hong Kong), Electron Festival 2012 (Switzerland), Worldtronics 2012 (Germany), the 42nd Hong Kong Arts Festival “Images of Hong Kong – A concert of new works inspired by Ya Si’s Poetry” (2014), etc. His works were appeared in Perform Media Festival 2006 (USA), VideoBrazil Festival 2007 (Brazil), and more. He has held his solo multimedia concert “Audio-visual live” in 2010 and “An Audiovisual Concert: Live.Planet.Noise” in 2013.

Star
(2007 / 7:23 / colour / sound)

Star illustrates events and protests against demolition of two historic sites: Star Ferry Pier and Queen’s Pier. The demolition raised public concern over the lack of heritage conservation policy in Hong Kong and the role of collective memory. Underneath the frenetically arranged motion graphics and fast beats, it is a question of our cultural amnesia.

Move
(2011 / 3:30 / colour / sound)

Applying click noise, downtempo electronica and the glitch style from the colours of buildings in day time to the myriad twinkling lights of city in night time, “Move” is to show the linear moving motion of Hong Kong cityscape collage on screen by using the creator’s unique style of sound-image synchronization and architectural collage.