Seecum Cheung

Seecum Cheung is an artist, filmmaker and educator. She works with journalists and experts to conduct interviews with citizens, politicians and specialists in a bid to understand and reflect upon certain political moments in time.

Films include interviews with politicians from the far and ultra-right in Germany with writer & journalist Richard Cooke & SBS Public Broadcasters (Interview with Lennart, 2016); coverage of the Dutch elections with writer & broadcaster Morgan Quaintance (The Dutch Window, 2017); a commission by NHS England with equality and human rights charity brap (Inequalities of BAME patients Cancer Care Study, 2018-19), a long-term study of the gentrification of her father’s ancestral village (in Shenzhen, China) which began in April 2018 (Eviction in Shenzhen, 2019-ongoing) and most recently, a project with Museum Boijmans van Beuningen as part of the ‘Artist as Educator, 2021’ series.