Both Sides Now V: Artist in Residence – Nicole Pun

Nicole Pun – artist in residence at The Marlborough Pub & Theatre

Nicole Pun is an artist in residence between 8 March and 25 March working in The Marlborough Pub & Theatre for Both Sides Now V. Nicole Pun has been invited by Videotage and videoclub to create a commissioned artwork during her residency. As an on-going project by Nicole about the possibilities of sex, she will continue her project by interviewing and researching localized experience of LGBTQ community in Brighton. 

Both Sides Now V:  Artist Residency – Nicole Pun
Residency Period: 08 — 25 March 2019

About Nicole Pun

Nicole Pun is a visual artist based in Hong Kong. She uses photography, video, performance to explore queer identity, desire and female representation. Her artistic practice involves collaborations and interviews with strangers. She received her MFA from California Institute of the Arts in 2014. She has a BSSc from the Chinese of University of Hong Kong, with a background in Journalism and Communication. Her work has been exhibited in Circus Gallery in Los Angeles; Avenue 50 Studio in Los Angeles; SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco; McGroarty Arts Center in Tujunga; “In & Out” Nicole Pun Solo Exhibition at Lumenvisum in Hong Kong. She is the recipient of a number of grants and awards, including Yale-China Arts Fellowship, Emerging Artists Scheme of Hong Kong Arts Development Council, WMA Masters Special Mention Award and First Prize of Chiquita Canyon landfill art competition.

Both Sides Now V

Both Sides Now V, the fifth edition of a video art exchange project co-curated and co-produced by videoclub from the UK and Videotage from Hong Kong in presenting contemporary and historical films and video works from the UK, Hong Kong and China, curated by Isaac Leung of Videotage and Jamie Wyld of videoclub.