Celine Lam (b.1999) is a mixed media artist from Hong Kong. She studied painting at Rhode Island School of Design with minors in Theory and History of Art and Design, and Drawing. Her practice revolves around Sino and Hong Kong politics, subtle human interactions, under the context of polarities, and infinity. Her works intend to draw connections between micro and macro entities. Bamboo, skeletons, and gradient stripes often appear in her works as symbols of oppression, fatigues, hopelessness, and empathy. Her works have been exhibited internationally in New York, Shanghai, and Hong Kong.