James T. Hong

James T. Hong(b.1970) discontinued his Ph.D. program in philosophy at the University of Illinois and studied filmmaking at the University of Southern California. He has recently participated in many important international exhibitions and film festivals, such as “Traversing the Phantasm”, Forum Expanded at 66th Berlin Film Festival (Germany, 2016), “A Journal of the Plague Year”, (Para/Site, HK, 2013), The Berlin International Film Festival (Germany, 2013), "Connecting the Dots: The Evolution Will Be Social", The Online Biennial (2013), "Modern Monsters Death and Life of Fiction”, Taipei Biennial (2012), International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (NL, 2008, 2012), and the International Film Festival Rotterdam (NL, 2001, 2007, 2008, and 2011), Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival (2005), Taiwan International Documentary Festival (2004). Several of his films have received awards and grants, including Behold the Asia: How One Becomes What One Is (2000), Die Entnazifizierung des MH (2006), and Lessons of the Blood (2010). In 2008, Hong was a guest of the Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD. His recent articles are published in e- flux Journal and the Taipei Times. Hong currently lives and works in the USA and Taiwan.

洪子健,生於1970年,為伊利諾大學香檳分校哲學系博士候選人,畢業於南加州大學哲學、電影與電視學系。洪子健參與許多國際重要展覽和影展,包括Para/Site「恐懼、鬼魂、叛軍、沙士、哥哥和香港的故事」 (香港,2013)、柏林影展 (德國,2013)、The Online Biennial (2013)、台北雙年展 (2012)、阿姆斯特丹國際紀錄片影展 (荷蘭,2008 2012) 以及鹿特丹國際影展 (荷蘭,2001 2007 2008 2011)、台北金馬影展 (2005)、台北國際紀錄片影展 (2004)、柏林影展 (德國,2016)等,影片也屢獲獎項與補助,其中包括Behold the Asian: How One Becomes What One Is (2000), Die Entnazifizierung des MH (2006) 及 Lessons of the Blood (2010)。2008年,他獲DAAD德國學術交流總署的柏林藝術家駐村創作計劃 (Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD)邀請擔任客座藝術家。近期於 e-flux Journal與Taipei Times發表文章與評論。目前居住工作於台灣和美國。