Tap Chan was born in Hong Kong and currently lives and works in Hong Kong. She received her B.A, in Fine Arts from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2011 and an M.A. in Visual Arts from the Hong Kong Baptist University in 2014. Working mainly in installation, video, and sculpture, she is interested in exploring the idea of liminality, one embedded in daily life where the boundaries between fiction and reality are often blurred, like the undefined psychic and emotional ruptures experienced during bouts of insomnia. Chan constructs narratives of the subterranean mind that rumble beneath the facade of modern existence. Chan's work has been exhibited internationally and locally, including in Singapore and The Netherlands. Chan has been included in several exhibitions, such as Tai Kwun Contemporary, Mine Project, Pao's Galleries, Hong Kong Sculpture Biennial, 1A Space, Quartair, Wolfart Project Space, Duddell's, Harthall, INSTINC, among others.