Liang Zhigang is an artist/designer, urban farmer and guest lecturer. He was born in London, and Moved to Hong Kong in 2009 to complete a master's degree in design. His projects include collective urban farming projects, such as the Hong Kong Farmer Calendar 2014-2015, and Pengzai Hand Towels (produced at the Pengzai Fabric Market in Sham Shui Po).
Liang Zhigang has served as a guest lecturer at Hong Kong Baptist University and Hong Kong Folk College, teaching social participation art (master's course) and social design (2016-) respectively. His investigation focuses on "rebelling against the agricultural world" (Insurrectionary Agricultural Milieux) , Responding to the biopolitics and neoliberalism under the global status quo with the rhizome form of local farming activities.
As a synthesis of his series of projects, Liang Zhigang also produced and wrote small magazines and fictional stories. These books can be read or purchased at a market stall called "Neighborhood Stalls".
Michael Leung is an artist/designer, urban farmer and visiting lecturer. He was born in London and moved to Hong Kong in 2009 to complete a Masters in Design. His projects range from collective urban agriculture projects such as The HK FARMers' Almanac 2014-2015 and Pangkerchief , objects produced by Pang Jai f abric market in Sham Shui Po.
Michael is a visiting lecturer at Hong Kong Baptist University and at the Intercommon Institute, where he teaches socially engaged art (MA) and social design (2016 - ), respectively. His research focuses on Insurrectionary Agricultural Milieux , rhizomatic forms of agriculture that exist in local response to global conditions of biopolitics and neoliberalism.
An amalgamation of his projects, zines and fictional stories can be seen and purchased at a neighbourhood street market stall called Kai Fong Pai Dong .