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03:20 is a gesture on time, a reflection on the intersecting events in 2003 and 2020. Both years of plague and political unrests, memory and bodies dissolve and put back together through digital transmission, filling up glitches, leaping through time-space.” – Nikki Lam

Nikki Lam is an artist, curator and producer based in Narrm/Birraranga (Melbourne). Working primarily with moving images, performance and installation, her work explores hybridity often through studies of rituals, language and representations, as well as the ephemeral medium of video. Born in Hong Kong, Nikki’s research deals with the complexity of migratory expressions within and beyond the concept of diaspora. With an expanded practice in writing, exhibition and festival making, Nikki is currently Co-Director of Hyphenated Projects and associate producer at Next Wave, as well as a board member at NETS Victoria. She has been the Artistic Director of Channels Festival alongside many other roles in the arts.