Kit Hung graduated from the MFA program from the Department of Film, Video and New Media, School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His films have won numerous international awards, and was screened at over 160 international film festivals. His debut feature "Soundless Wind Chime" (2009, Hong Kong/Switzerland/China) was nominated for the Teddy Award at the Berlin International Film Festival and won him Best Director and Best New Director in Spain, Italy and Canada. HIs second feature “Stoma” was primed in the Taipei Gold Horse International Film Festival, Taiwan. He is currently working for himself between Hong Kong and London, pursuing a PhD in Goldsmiths College, University of London and teaching film production. His main research interest are Cinema Affects, Hauntology and Queer Asian Cinema. He started to learn about the concept of decentralization since 2020, and is using NFT as a permanent archive for his video art.