Simon Liu was raised between Hong Kong and Stoke-On-Trent, UK and now lives in Brooklyn, USA. Liu’s films and 16mm multiple projection performances have been presented at film festivals and institutions internationally including the International Film Festival Rotterdam: Tiger Short Competition, Toronto International Film Festival: Wavelengths, New York Film Festival: Projections, Sundance Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival, Edinburgh IFF, Hong Kong IFF, M+ Museum, Tai Kwun Contemporary, Parrish Art Museum. CROSSROADS @ SFMoMA, Festival du Nouvéau Cinéma, Hamburg Kurzfilmtage, Light Industry, Sheffield Doc/Fest, EMAF, EXiS, IMAGE FORUM and “Dreamlands: Expanded” with the Whitney Museum of American Art & Microscope Gallery. Liu is a 2019 Jerome Hill Artist Fellow and a recipient of the NYSCA / Wave Farm Media Arts Assistance Fund in 2018. His work has been featured in publications including the South China Morning Post, MUBI, Nang Magazine, Millennium Film Journal, and DesistFilm. He is an Adjunct Instructor at the Cooper Union School of Art and a member Negativeland, an artist-run film lab in Brooklyn. He has given lectures and performed as a visiting artist at institutions such as the China Central Academy of Fine Arts, Yale University and the Beijing Film Academy. Liu is currently in post-production on his first feature film, Staffordshire Hoard.