Ho Tam

Canada

Ho Tam was born in Hong Kong, educated in Canada and the U.S. and worked in advertising companies and community psychiatric facilities before turning to art. He practises in multiple disciplines including photography, video, painting and print media. His first video, The Yellow Pages, was commissioned by the public art group PUBLIC ACCESS for an installation/projection at the Union Station of Toronto in 1994/95. Since then Tam has produced over 15 experimental videos. He was included in the traveling exhibition Magnetic North: Canadian Experimental Video by Walker Art Center, Minnesota. His feature documentary film "Books of James" was awarded Outstanding Artistic Achievement (Outfest, LA) and Best Feature Documentary (Tel Aviv LGBT Film Festival). He also publishes several series of artist's books and zines. Tam is an alumni of Whitney Museum Independent Studies Program, Bard College (MFA) and recipients of various fellowships and artist's grants.

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Ave Maria
Ho Tam. 2000. United States of America. No dialogue 7’


Dear Sis
Ho Tam. 1998. Canada. vo English. s Spanish. 4’


Pocahontas
Ho Tam. 1998. United States of America. No dialogue 4’


Season of the Boys
Ho Tam. 1997. United States of America. vo English. s Spanish. 3’


She was Cuba
Ho Tam. 2003. Canada. vo English. 17’