Kachi is an interdisciplinary artist interested in employing computational animation, digital reality technologies, and robotics as lenses to expand the notion of moving images and examine the connections between physical and digital realities. Kachi presented his works internationally at venues including Ars Electronica (Austria and London), Art Basel (Hong Kong), Interactive Architecture Lab (London) and NHK (Japan). Kachi is a recipient of various awards, including Ars Electronica Honorary Mention (2022), Bartlett School of Architecture Medal (2022) and Golden Pin Design Award (2019).
In 2019, Kachi was funded by the Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme to pursue Master’s degrees at the Royal College of Art and Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, where he developed a keen interest in robotics as an art form. His works in the UK mainly involve performative robotics as a research method to discuss socio-political and cybernetic topics.