News


2021

Chan has been selected for BFI NETWORK x BAFTA Crew 2021, a year-long development programme delivered by BAFTA in partnership
with BFI NETWORK, and supported by National Lottery funding.
BFI NETWORK x BAFTA Crew

HALLUCINATIONS will be screened as part of the Cambridge Festival 2021. The screening will be followed by a discussion between
Suki Chan and Harriet Loffler, curator from New Hall Art Collection, University of Cambridge. 28 March 2021 4pm
New Hall Art Collection

Chan has been selected for this year's Women in Film and TV (WFTV) mentoring scheme. The programme is designed to support women to
take a significant step in their career. Chan will be mentored by Jessica Bendien from Bang Talent.
Women in Film & TV


2020

Chan has been selected for Round 9 of FLAMIN Productions, a major moving image artist award committed to nurturing talent and supporting
innovative artists in their professional growth. FLAMIN Productions is supported by Film London in partnership with Arts Council England, London.
FLAMIN Productions

MEMORY and HALLUCINATIONS have been selected for inclusion in B3 Biennale of the Moving Image 2020. The hydrid festival, focusing on TRUTHS,
included around 100 entries by artists and media professionals from 23 countries.
B3 Biennale of the Moving Image 2020

Chan has been awarded a ScreenSkills bursary to develop new skills in Virtual Reality.
ScreenSkills

Chan has been selected to participate in this year's Sheffield Doc/Fest's Alternate Realities Talent Market.
The Alternate Realities Talent Market, now in its 7th edition, exists to foster collaborations between artists,
creatives and organisations focused on using digital technologies to push storytelling in exciting new directions.
Sheffield Doc/Fest

HALLUCINATIONS launched in UN(REAL), the first exhibition at the new Science Gallery Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Featuring 19 international artists, UN(REAL) explores how our concept of “the real” is destabilized by science and technology.
3 April - 1 June 2020 (Exhibition open by appointment)
Science Gallery Rotterdam

Lucida III will be included in SEEING, Science Gallery London, UK
SEEING explores the subjectivity of sight, the other senses that shape our view of the world, and the unexpected parallels between human and machine vision.
22 July - 1 November 2020 (Exhibition postponed due to Covid-19)
Science Gallery London


2019

Chan has been awarded a National Lottery Project Grants Award from Arts Council England for the production of CONSCIOUS.

Sleep Walk Sleep Talk will be included in Circadian Rhythms: Contemporary art and biological time at The Glucksman,
University of Cork, Ireland. The exhbition explores Circadian Rhythms through reflections on time, the cadence of working life,
sleeping patterns, as well as through the impact of modern technologies on biological life. 3 August 2019 - 4 November 2019
Glucksman

This February, Chan is artist in residence at Belong Care Village in Crewe. Part of 'Where the Arts Belong project,'
a three year project with Bluecoat bringing arts experiences to people living with dementia.
Bluecoat Liverpool


2018

Chan has been awarded a Developing Your Creative Practice Award from Arts Council England for the development of CONSCIOUS.

Lucida III will be included in SEEING, at Espacio Fundación Telefónica, Lima, Peru.
SEEING is an exhibition questioning how eye, brains and robots see. 2 August – 4 November
Espacio Fundación Telefónica

Sleep Walk Sleep Talk will be included in London Nights, a major exhibition at the Museum of London exploring the city
after dark through both contemporary and historic imagery, ranging from the late 19th century to the present day.
Museum of London


2017

Chan has been selected for or the new round of Film London Artists' Moving Image Network's New Approaches initiative,
a Creative Skillset-funded scheme that supports artist filmmakers working on feature-length projects.

Lucida tours to Asia House, London, UK. 14 – 30 June
The Lucida Symposium: Vision in History, Theory and Practice will explore seeing as a culturally modulated process.
The symposium brings together leading researchers and practitioners from art history, neuroscience, medicine and the visual arts.
Asia House, Thurs 29 June, 3 – 7pm.
Asia House

Lucida tours to the Centre For Contemporary Chinese Art (CFCCA), Manchester, UK. 27 January – 30 April
Chan will be in Conversation with Adam Galpin, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Salford, Thurs 16 February, 6-8pm.
Centre For Contemporary Chinese Art


2016

Lucida opens at Tintype, London 16 September – 22 October
Breakfast Viewing: Saturday 8 October, 8 – 11.30am
In Conversation with Gareth Evans, Film Curator, Whitechapel Gallery: 19 October, 6.30 – 8pm
Brunch and Book Launch: Saturday 22 October, 11am – 1pm

Lucida III launches at SEEING, Science Gallery, Dublin, Ireland. 24 June 2016 – 25 September
Lucida III is commissioned for SEEING, a show tackling the complex sensory experience of vision and perception.
Science Gallery Dublin

Chan shows her pilot of Lucida at Art Basel Hong Kong, China with Videotage 24 – 26 March
Art Basel Hong Kong


2015

Chan has been awarded a Wellcome Trust: Small Arts Award for her ambitious touring project, Lucida.

Chan has been awarded a National Lottery Project Grants Award from Arts Council England for Lucida.

Still Point is included in A Light Shines in Darkness, a FVU touring project to churches and cathedrals around the country,
re-illuminating inspiring public spaces and prompting viewers to see the locations in a different light.
St Catherine's Chapel, Norwich Cathedral & St Werburgh’s Church, Derby, UK.
Film and Video Umbrella


© Suki Chan 2021