Kingsley has received postgraduate training at Le Fresnoy – National Studio of Contemporary Arts in France, a MSc Sustainable Design degree from the University of Edinburgh in the UK and a BFA New Media Art degree from the Ryerson University in Canada. He is currently Associate Professor of the Hong Kong Baptist University Academy of Visual Arts.

Kingsley Ng is an inter-disciplinary artist and designer with a focus on conceptual and site-specific projects. He believes that art helps us to mediate our environment, whether as a viewer or participator. Past projects include Twenty-Five Minutes Older, a commission by Art Basel which transformed the trams into mobile cinemas; and After the Deluge, in an underground storm-water tank the size of 40 Olympic-sized swimming pools. 

His works have been featured in notable exhibitions and international venues. Examples include the Centre Pompidou in Paris France, Museum of Contemporary Arts in Rome Italy, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Guangzhou Triennial in China, Land Art Biennial in Mongolia, Echigo Tsumari Art Triennial in Japan, Lille Europe Pavilion in Shanghai Expo, InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre in Canada, the Hong Kong Museum of Art, and Art Basel Hong Kong. He is the recipient of the Hong Kong Arts Development Best Artist Award (Media Arts) in 2013, Asian Cultural Council Fellowship in 2013, and a Hong Kong Contemporary Art Biennial Award in 2009.