Yue-Jin Ho is a Senior Lecturer in Creative Arts at the Open University of Hong Kong and currently working on his PhD in the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong. He is also an artist, translator and writer. His works often deal with the relations between materiality, writing and history. His works have been selected by international festivals such as the IFVA Hong Kong, Cinetribe Osaka, ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival Berlin and Shanghai Biennale. Currently, his research focuses on Chinese text-based new media arts and visual poetry.
Teaching Areas & Research Interests
- Creative writing
- Electronic literature
- Time-based media
- Visual culture
- Digital art
Academic & Professional Experience
何禹旃譯：Carlo Fossati（2013）。〈Rolf Julius. 伴著地景的音樂〉。載楊陽（編），《聽者言》。香港：soundpocket。
- Ho, Yue-Jin. "Essays on PTU; Young & Dangerous; Mad Mission; and Made in Hong Kong." World Film Locations: Hong Kong, edited by Linda Lai & Kimburley Choi, Intellect books, 2013 pp. 30-31, 56-59, 80-81.
- Ho, Yue-Jin. "The Battle between Simplified and Traditional: Chinese Text-based Interactive Installations and French Lettrism." MATLIT: Materialities of Literature 6.1 (2018): 121-134.
- Ho, Yue-Jin. “The Unstable Characters: Reading of Chinese Text-Based Digital Works.” ISEA 2016 Hong Kong CULTURAL R>EVOLUTION: Proceedings of the 22nd International Symposium on Electronic Arts, edited by Olli Leino & Damien Charrieras, School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong, 2016, pp. 290-293.
Selected Professional & Community Services
- Reviewer of the 22nd International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA), 2016