• http://www.artofcuhk.hk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/畫皮4.jpg
  • http://www.artofcuhk.hk/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/畫皮1-scaled.jpg
  • http://www.artofcuhk.hk/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/畫皮2-scaled.jpg
  • http://www.artofcuhk.hk/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/畫皮3.jpg
Selected Work

  • Painted Face
  • Painted Face
  • Painted Face
  • Painted Face

  • 180cm x 240cm
  • 180cm x 240cm
  • 180cm x 240cm
  • 180cm x 240cm
  • Video, Fabric
  • Video, Fabric
  • Video, Fabric
  • Video, Fabric
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  • 2020
  • 2020
  • 2020
  • 2020
  • As the saying goes, "Drawing the skin of a tiger
    is easy; drawing the bone of a tiger is difficult;
    knowing a person superficially is easy;
    understanding the authenticity of a person is
    hard.” We all born as authentic and innocent
    babies. As we go through education, we learn
    to be "accepted" and "recognized", but at the
    same time, our "authenticity" is disappearing
    gradually. Every day we wear masks and do
    we understand our emotions?


    Please view the video artwork below.

  • As the saying goes, "Drawing the skin of a tiger
    is easy; drawing the bone of a tiger is difficult;
    knowing a person superficially is easy;
    understanding the authenticity of a person is
    hard.” We all born as authentic and innocent
    babies. As we go through education, we learn
    to be "accepted" and "recognized", but at the
    same time, our "authenticity" is disappearing
    gradually. Every day we wear masks and do
    we understand our emotions?


    Please view the video artwork below.

  • As the saying goes, "Drawing the skin of a tiger
    is easy; drawing the bone of a tiger is difficult;
    knowing a person superficially is easy;
    understanding the authenticity of a person is
    hard.” We all born as authentic and innocent
    babies. As we go through education, we learn
    to be "accepted" and "recognized", but at the
    same time, our "authenticity" is disappearing
    gradually. Every day we wear masks and do
    we understand our emotions?


    Please view the video artwork below.

  • Are “to be seen”, “the visible”, and “the invisible” the same?


    Please view the video artwork below.

Artist Introduction

Artist
CHEUNG SHUK LING, Joseli
Graduate Year
2021