LEE Wing Ki (b.1981) is an artist-researcher based in Hong Kong. His artistic practice lies between documentary photography, artistic and archival research, media archaeology and a contemporary take to analogue photographic practice. His research interest includes photographic practices in the East-Asian context, post-photographic practice and critical digital humanities. His photography projects were exhibited in Austria, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Latvia, Taiwan, UK and the US. He read history of art at the University of Hong Kong and receive a MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, supported by a British Chevening Scholarship. He is the recipient of the Lee Hysan Foundation – ACC Fellowship (2020) awarded by the Asian Cultural Council Hong Kong. In 2021, he found LOVE, an artist-collective working for the queer and gender non-binary art communities in Hong Kong. LOVE is debuted at the Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong 2022; then LOVE+: Awakenings, supported by Gay Games Hong Kong 2023. He is currently an Assistant Dean (Research), at the School of Creative Arts, and an Assistant Professor in photography at the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University; and a visiting researcher at the Centre for the Study of the Networked Image, London South Bank University.