Szelit Cheung is a Hong Kong-based artist. His cross-disciplinary practice includes painting, drawings and photography. Currently, he is investigating the essence of the void, exploring the connections between presence and emptiness by utilising simple forms. He experiments with light and colours as a means to echo and amplify feelings that are intangible yet powerful. After graduating from The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT) in 2012, his work has been widely exhibited locally and internationally, including the USA, France, Japan, Taiwan, and China. He has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Rossi and Rossi, Hong Kong; Touch Gallery, Hong Kong; Galerie Ora-Ora, Hong Kong; and Yiri Arts, Taiwan. He has been included in group exhibitions at several institutional spaces and galleries, including One Thousand Museum, Miami; Pao Galleries, Hong Kong; Pearl Lam Galleries, Hong Kong; Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo; and Crane Gallery, Taiwan.