FELIX CHAN, director

Felix Chan, theatre curator, illustrator and art critic based in Hong Kong, Taiwan and London. Founder of FELIXISM CREATION, a company that produces creatively and culturally hybrid work of theatre, illustration, and critical writings.

 

He has obtained his MA Degree in Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship (Theatre & Performance Pathway) at Goldsmiths University of London in 2018-19, supported by the scholarship from Hong Kong Arts Development Council (2017). He is a receiver of Award for Young Artist (Critic), Hong Kong Art Development Awards 2015 by Hong Kong Development Council. He is part of the jury panel of The Hong Kong Theatre Libre Award and the overseas critic in Sadler's Wells (London, 2019-present), Holland Festival (Amsterdam, 2015 & 2019), Taiwan International Festival of Arts (Taipei, 2015-present) and so on.  

 

His recent theatre curations (selected): Together, a digital immersive theatre by Factory Irregular (Prague Quadrennial 2019); Happily ever after nuclear explosion (2019), Goldfish of Berlin (2019), The Histories and their lovers (2018) and A Concise History of Future (New Vision Arts Festival 2016) by Reframe Theatre; Stream of Consciousness (2018), an immersive theatre by Fringe Club; The Nether (2017) by Papika Studio; Between In and Out (2017), Mobius Strip Theatre; Somewhere out there (2016) by Taiwan National Theatre, The sorrow of young Yat Sum (2016) by International Arts Carnival and so on.

Felix is also an illustrator and graphic designer in Hong Kong, and has won many competitions organized by RTHK, airline company, Hong Kong Ballet, and the Hong Kong Biennial Awards for Chinese Literature. More recently, he has worked with local singers, pop groups, banks, companies, NGOs and other individual artists, such as Tai Chi, Lam Chi Cheung, Teresa Fu, youth associations in Hong Kong, HSBC, restaurants, public house and pension in Taiwan (MAYROOMS).