Sin Yee Hau is a Graphic and Media Design student specialising in Interaction and Moving Image at London College of Communication.
She has spent a third of her life in Hong Kong and the rest in the UK. Travelling between and to other countries has lead her not to worry about making mistakes when speaking in a foreign language. She believes that with creativity, we can interact with each other visually and audibly, our body language, or the sounds we make is the foundation of communication already. And so to observe and interact by using these gestures is a form of an International language and communication that we can all share.
Her current work was driven to be more personal, reflecting on her cross-cultural perspectives. Being cross-cultured has influenced on how she perceive time, space and cultural identity in her work. Her current work started from Hong Kong, observing and filming human behaviour within the subject of time, this project then moved forward and continued in London by documenting ambient sounds and using photography and technology to measure human circadian rhythms. Sin Yee Hau is a Graphic and Media Design student specialising in Interaction and Moving Image at London College of Communication.
Sin Yee will be continuing on a master's degree at the RCA in Communication, Art and Design 2010 to enhance her abilities and continue with her passion within the fields of New Media, Moving Image, Photography, Sound Art and Interactive Design.