anothermountainman (Stanley Wong) is one of Hong Kong’s most prominent artists whose work across media – including photography, film, sculpture and design – has won critical acclaim both locally and internationally. His art explores contemporary social issues, often engaging with local Hong Kong history to reflect on urgent universal themes: the role of memory, the limits of representation and the meaning of freedom. In his redwhiteblue installation series, exhibited at the Venice Biennale in 2005, he drew on the cheap tri-colour synthetic material used in Hong Kong for bags and as tarpaulin on construction sites, to explore the resilience and creativity of immigrants to Hong Kong and, ultimately, to celebrate the human spirit for survival. In 2011 he curated the collaborative mixed-media exhibition What’s Next: 30×30 at the OCT Art & Design Gallery in Shenzhen and the ArtisTree on Hong Kong island. The show was both a thirty-year retrospective of his work, as well as a dialogue with thirty local and international artists. His art is represented in numerous private and public collections around the world, including the Victoria & Albert Museum (UK).