Tobe Kan received her BAFA from RMIT University and Hong Kong Art School in 2017. Kan is obsessed with psychoanalysis, to study her own state, explore and retrospect to the causality. Her work explores autobiographical experience and mental states. The focus of her practice examines the human condition of insecurity in relation to feelings of alienation or being forgotten. She experiments with painting, drawing and installation.
Participated exhibitions include solo exhibition “of war, of love, of time”, (Peter Augustus Gallery, USA, 2022), “Panacea” (Gallery EXIT, Hong Kong, 2021), “Peck-eyes Ravens” (CL3 Architects Limited, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2018. Group exhibition including “The Sunshine Is Still There” (SC Gallery, Hong Kong, 2022), “The Unsung”, (JC Contemporary, Tai Kwun, Hong Kong, 2021), "In the course of Dancing, from Nightfall to Darkness" (Hong Kong Art Centre, Hong Kong, 2020), “By the Window” (1a space, Hong Kong, 2019), “An on-going balance of insecurity” (Gallery EXIT, Hong Kong, 2018). She is the recipient of Fresh Trend Art Award of Fresh Trend Art Graduations Joint Exhibition in 2017. She currently lives and works in Hong Kong.