Polam Chan (b.1998) was born and lived in Hong Kong. Polam’s practice revolves around how one views society, through human interactions/emotions, to social and political issues. Frequently focus/ reference on his home city, Hong Kong’s matter.


Boundaries, propaganda, media manipulation, and barriers blockages to people physically and mentally. Polam often views subjects from a distant prospect, setting the information, data, and ideas for our interpretation. His works exist in both tangibles and digital.


Polam’s practice shifts dramatically due to his circumstances and occurrences. His work portrays the experiences/ issues in the world to formulate inquiries. Polam generates conversations and confronts the audience with ideas one would not easily conceive by living in the system.


Simultaneously Polam’s practice contains living beings, nature & material, and society fragilities. Showcasing the limitation and uncertainty by fragile works.



2019 - 2021  Sculpture MA, Royal College Of Art 


2016 - 2019  Sculpture BA, University of Brighton 

Upcoming Exhibtion

2021 LONDON GRADS NOW at Saatchi Gallery, London. UK

Group Exhibitions

2021  Bordem is not an Luxury at Craft Central, London. UK

2021  RCA Sculpture Satellite Presentation at Cromwell Place London, UK

2021  Deep Cut at Alyslum Chapel London. UK

2020  Artwork Open Barbican Arts Group Trust, London. UK

2020  WIP Show at Royal College of Art Kensington, London. UK


2019   Graduate Show at Brighton Gallery, Brighton. UK


2018   Maslow at Bedroom Hong Kong


2018   Sitting Room at Phoenix Art Gallery, Brighton. UK

2017   Conjecture at UB Gallery, Brighton. UK


2017   Tickle Me at Big Yellow Storage, Brighton. UK


2021    Gilbert Bayes/RCA Grants Award, London.

2021   Shortlisted in New Contemporary, London.

2019    3-Year Scholarship at the University of Brighton.