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  • Once your proposal submission is received, you will be sent an email to confirm receipt. If you do not receive a confirmation email within 7 days, please contact us to ensure your proposal has been successfully submitted. HKOP and IMPACT 11 team will not be liable for any non-arrival of proposal submission information.
  • If your proposal is selected, at least one representative from your group or organisation should be present at IMPACT 11 for the set up and presentation. If special arrangements or equipment is required, requests must be made clearly in the proposal submission for our consideration.
  • Registration fees should be settled via online payment. Cash and cheques will not be accepted. Registration will only be considered complete once the registration form and payment have been received. Payments not received in full prior to the event may result in entry being denied. No cancellation is accepted. Registration fees for IMPACT 11 are not refundable. If a participant is unable to attend and would like to transfer the registration to another person, approval will be determined by the HKOP & IMPACT 11 team on a case-by-case basis.
  • No responsibility is assumed by HKOP, the organiser or the speakers/authors for any injury and/or damage to persons or property as a matter of product, negligence or otherwise, or from any expectation regarding the event, use or operation of any methods, products, artworks, instructions or ideas presented at the event or contained in the notes.
  • By entering the event premises, you consent to being photographed or filmed by the HKOP and IMPACT 11 teams, and to the organiser’s use and publication of audio recording, video recording in any and all media for promotional and educational purposes. No recording or photography on the premises of the conference is allowed during the conference without prior written consent of the organiser.
  • In case of a person (delegate, exhibitor, visitor) infringing the overall interest/aim of the conference or infringing the interest of other delegates, companies or parties involved in the conference, the organiser is entitled to exclude the infringing person/company from the event after an oral or written warning by the HKOP directors show no adequate result. All respective costs in context of the infringement or exclusion are on the infringing person’s/company’s own responsibility. No liability in any way or any reason is taken by the organiser in this case.
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  • While every effort will be made to adhere to the published programme, it may be necessary for reasons beyond the control of the organisers to alter the content, speakers, and/or timing of the programme without prior notice. Please check the website for the latest version of the programme.
  • Personal information collected will be held on a database and used for communication purposes. In some cases, related to the funding support to the conference, your details may be made available to the funding bodies or its related department for record.
  • In addition to the provisions mentioned above, these terms and conditions are subject to the laws of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
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Out of the Matrix: Decoding curation through print practice

Richard Harding

Academic, Curator, Artist

RMIT University

Richard Harding is an artist and educator based at RMIT University School of Art in Melbourne Australia. He is best known for his research into notions of otherness utilising printmaking’s inherent properties of sameness and difference. His research examines sexual orientation, masculinity and codes of representation to explore perceptions of liberation and oppression. Harding’s art praxis is informed by architectural and queer theory utilising reproductive technologies as a vehicle for ongoing studio and gallery investigations. He is aligned with research groups such as Queer(y)ing Practice and The News Network Project producing exhibitions and artworks to encourage discussions of socio-political concerns.


Student, Student

RMIT University

Wilson Yeung is an artist-curator, researcher, and creative producer. Wilson holds a Master’s degree in art curating from the Department of Art History at the University of Sydney and a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) with distinction awarded by RMIT University. He is a collaborator of Independent Curators International, an alumnus of Shanghai Curators Lab at Shanghai Academy of Fine Arts, Shanghai University, and an industry researcher at RMIT University's Contemporary Art and Social Transformation Research Group. Wilson is undertaking a PhD by practice in RMIT's School of Architecture and Urban Design, addressing collective curatorial practices. His texts have appeared on the OnCurating, Public Art Journal, Journal of Urban Culture Research, International Academic Forum Archive and Journal of Public Space. In 2020, Wilson was selected by Sydney’s 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art and London’s International Curators Forum to participate in the 4A Curators’ Intensive.

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Marina Petit


Splitgraphic Biennial / www.splitgraphic.hr

Marina Petit has an MA in Art history and English language. During 2006 was an intern at Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice and in 2007 she worked at the 52nd Bienniale di Venezia in the USA pavilion. She has been participating in the establishment and organization of Splitgraphic International Graphic Biennial from its beginnings in 2003. Since 2007 she has been acting as a jury member, curator and general coordinator of Splitgraphic. Recently she curated or participated in printmaking events in Dubrovnik, Zagreb, Vilnius, Krakow, Lodz and Guanlan. She published a book titled “The Architecture in Split 1945-1960” by Architects’ Association of Split in 2010. She is a member of Croatian association of visual artists.

Paper, Wood, Water and Light

Marta Bożyk

Printmaker, Academic, Curator, Artist, Printmaker, Academic, Curator, Artist

Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Poland

1973 - Born in Krakow, Poland. 1993 - 1998 - studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Faculty of Graphic Arts. 1998 - diploma awarded with the Rector's Medal of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. 2013 - assistant professor at the woodcut studio of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. 2013 - Doctorate (PHD) in Fine Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. 2019 - Elected to the Academic Council of the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków for 2 terms. She conducts research and teaching activities, international art projects. Curator of exhibitions. Her works can be found in many art and cultural institutions in the world and in Poland. She completed numerous artistic residencies in Japan, Serbia, Great Britain and Poland. She deals mainly with printmaking. She has had 30 solo and more than 200 group exhibitions in Poland and abroad.

Cyanotype: From a Scientific Tool to an International Cultural Exchange Medium

HO Yin Fung

Printmaker, Artist

Hong Kong Open Printshop

With background in different areas of design and photography, FUNG Ho-Yin is also one of the founders of the Hong Kong Open Printshop which enters its 20th anniversary in 2020. His specializes in the alternative photographic processes, and the research in bridging these processes with the digital era. After teaching at the School of Design of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University of over 25 years, Ho-Yin is now devoting most of his time in making his own art as the same time helping the Printshop to explore further developments in various realms.