Ho Sin Tung was born and currently living in Hong Kong. She graduated from the Fine Arts Department in Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2018. Ho imagines and participates in the world through researching it. She regards research as a method to lost oneself steadily. Navigating through the texts and materials, Ho encounters punctum that haunts her. Those could not be named thus transformed into works. This is a way to live with it. Ho has a penfriend who describes her as such: "Ho Sin Tung regards the dead as the living. Objects, events, knowledge gain the status of the living in her world. They have their own face and so dignified that they cannot be categorized."
She held solo exhibitions such as “Swampland” (Hanart TZ Gallery, Hong Kong, 2020), “Maybe They Will Die For Us Tomorrow” (Oil!, Hong Kong, 2017), “Dusty Landscape” (Chambers Fine Art, Beijing, 2016), “Icarus Shrugged” (Hanart TZ Gallery, 2015). She also participated in group exhibitions such as “The D-Tale, Video Art from the Pearl River Delta” (Times Art Center, Berlin, 2018) and “Wan Chai Grammatica: Past, Present, Future Tense” (Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong, 2018) etc.