Kelly Ka-Lai Chan
Kelly Ka-Lai Chan is a video ethnographer and educator, who makes videos to tell stories about humans and more-than-humans.
Kelly was a lecturer at Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and Hong Kong Art School before joining RMIT School of Education and DERC for her PhD study on using visual methods to explore subjectivities of artist-activists in Hong Kong. Kelly’s research interests include art and activism, displacement and social justice. See more of her work on Vimeo.
Focused on the granular everyday interactions among multi-species entities -- human, nonhuman, and more than human, to explore how relations are negotiated and maintained.
Creativity in Education and Industry in Asia Pacific
This project examines the experiences of creative/cultural industries professionals as well as creative education scholars, across digital, technological, arts and science fields.