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The Multitude of Seeing

 

Painting 2016. UK.
Materials: Oil on Canvas
50cm x 40cm

 

The oil paintings A Multitude of Seeing (2016) were made through multiple stages of transferring what I see at IKLECTIK Art Lab, London where I work as an assistant. Inspired by my continuous experience in this place where I often see projections of found objects projected onto walls as backdrops to musical concerts, I transferred these theatrical sceneries onto canvases. Combining projected images and real objects like structural beams, tables and chairs, things are re-presented in distorted perspectives. In the exhibition The Weather Forecast 2016, these paintings were shown in the actual space IKLECTIK where the series of work was inspired by, hence adding another layer into the work based on the concept of seeing through the eyes of the viewers.

 


 

Nodes, Lines, Destinations and Others

 

Drawings 2014 - Present. Ongoing. UK.
Materials: Graph paper, paper, fine liners and fluorescent colour
Dimensions variable


Each random node is a destination. Every line is a journey. Sometimes they are intercepted by others.

 


 

Square One Series

 

Drawings 2010 - Present. Ongoing. UK.
Materials: Pencil on paper
Dimensions variable


I use squares as the basic units to build these drawings. Squares signify unity. By using a ruler to measure out the dimensions of the squares, I incorporate measurements and geometry into the work. It is both mechanical and expressive.

 


 

Chess

 

Painting 2006. HK.
Materials: Oil on Canvas
50cm x 40cm


People as chess. Are lives destined? We could be the chess and we could be the hand behind.

 


 

Collage

 

Paintings 2005. HK.
Materials: Oil on Canvas
40cm x 40cm


Paintings based on sketches made of paper collages.