Louise Pau is a moving image artist from Hong Kong whose work grapple with the identity of a Hong Konger in the face of post-colonialism and shifting power structures.
She received her MFA from California Institute of the Arts in Experimental Animation and her film bachelors from Hong Kong Baptist University.
Her work seeks to visualize intentions of the present and imagine the slow unravelling of its consequences. She currently works primarily hand drawn animation on paper and incorporates found objects and documents. Her works have been screened in festivals including Animafest Zagreb, GLAS, Fantoche, New Chitose Airport Animation Festival, VOID and IFVA.
Apart from her own practice, she is currently an art director at Unsensible, a creative agency that creates emotionally intelligent content for brands that advance human health and wellbeing. She is also a part time lecturer at School of Creative Media at City University of Hong Kong.
Her latest film is Survival HK (2019).
NOV IFVA Carnival Hong Kong, China
NOV Taichung International Animation Festival Taiwan
DEC Ulsan International Film Festival Ulsan, Korea