Tse Lok Lun, graduated from RMIT University with a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art (2007) and Lingnan University with a Master of Art in Practical Philosophy (2018). Tse’s works start from circularity (Daily Life) and the body’s response to it, and then look for the definition of his body’s requirements. After this, the focus point on the relationship between the external world and himself, and now (2018) meditate on the relationship between the subject of "I" and the outside world, how to project this relationship to everything. He specialises in various media including installation and photography. He has participated in and curated numerous exhibitions in Hong Kong. Between 2010 and 2012, he organised 3 solo exhibitions through grant support by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. Some of his artworks have been collected by the Institutional collection, Academy collection and private collectors.
TSE is also an art critic, and uses the practical experience of creation as the basis of art criticism. He focuses on the art making and development of individual artists, as well as the relationship and mutual influence between those artists and the art ecology of Hong Kong. The article was published in Wan Wei Pao from 2013 to 2015, and has been published in the text Pixel bread (An Art Platform) from 2015 to the present.