Born in 1984, Jolene Mok is a Hong Kong experimental artist, who takes video art and experimental film as her major creative platforms. Mok received her M.F.A. in Experimental & Documentary Arts at Duke University in 2013. She has been exposed to an interdisciplinary learning and working environment since her undergraduate education in the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong, through her major in the Critical Inter-Media Laboratory (2003-2007).Read More
Jolene Mok takes both practical and theoretical components as interconnected aspects throughout her creative process. She is open and always ready to play with and incorporate emerging situations or technologies in her artistic pursuits for the generation of unexpected, meaningful outcomes. Since 2006, Mok’s works have been shown worldwide. Some of her digital creations have been shown in academic conferences in Finland, Japan, Indonesia, Vietnam, China, Brazil, and US. From 2011 onwards, she has been on itinerant taking part in artist residency programs, and she has a particular interest in undertaking artist residency programs in remote locations.