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Selected Work

  • Vexation of Spirit

  • Cheng Ming Building 3/F
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  • Member(s): Kong Yuen Ying, Vincent Fung Wan Ching, Sham Wing Yau, Fiona Mok Pui Yu, Yu Yan, Yan, Ng Tse Ting, Hong Yong Si, Fung Hoi Shan, Lau Ka Man, Chui Hoi Yiu, Law Hiu Sze, Lee Cheuk Wun, Justina Lo Cheuk Ying

    How life likes to step in to block our vision. It is so pressing and so close. There is not any space for us to think or any time for us to lose. I work, I dream and I live pragmatically. I strive; I feel andI embody such a life. But when I muster the longing strength to capture my life, it slips effortlessly through my fingers.

    I attempt to catch the wind with all I have.
    I chase, I adapt, I sweat, I anticipate and I weep
    I readily devote myself to hunt a sliver of wind, with my uneven breath.
    I discover that my hand and my heart are full of emptiness.

    As we pass through the tunnel of gust, let us find out what we can embrace and what deserves us to hold on.

    Ecclesiastes 1.14

Artist Introduction

Art is an expression of how we perceive reality. However there is always that struggle that we wane towards ambiguity, where it is safe, where it is unknown to others. This manifesting obsession for safety is seen in everyone, but its the arts that encourage us to lean outwards. This constant tension is what makes us interesting. Yes, humans are interesting. And that's why I draw them. I draw them to show emotion. Emotions that are a tactless blend of mine with my subject's. Palpable and heavy. I can only hope to do just that.

Artist
FUNG Vincent Wan-ching
Graduate Year
2015
Artist Introduction

Doing art is a self-healing process to me. It is also wished that audience could be healed in different ways by looking at or interact with my works.

Artist
HONG Yong-si, Vinci
Graduate Year
2015
Artist Introduction

Art is like a series of accidents to me.