Tag Archives: 藝術

They are artists: Noelle Ng

Can you talk about your work “My Lost Home”?

An old apartment was demolished over a decade; there is now a vacant space where I once lived.  The living space disappeared somewhere in the sky and it is hard to locate exactly where it had been.  I am triggered by an acute sense of nostalgia and transience invoked by the fading memories of a time and a place that once was but has disappeared forever.  In order to project my sense of yearning and desire, I have transformed a series of images of my old to re-build the space that contained the cherished memories of my family and bore witness to my existence and my identity.

Hong Kong is a rapidly changing city.  The cityscape has transformed because of the demolition of architectural structures done in the name of urban renewal, with little regard or no regard for their history.  However, memories fade and are gone forever.

I hope my work can arouse the audience’s experience of loss and a desire to reclaim and rethink the value of precious memories and identity.

My Lost Home 2 Mixed Media Sculpture - Cloth Sculpture/ Ready made doll 故居 2 布調塑/ 現成物 Dimension variable 2015

My Lost Home 2 Mixed Media Sculpture - Cloth Sculpture/ Ready made doll 故居 2 布調塑/ 現成物 Dimension variable 2015
My Lost Home 2
Mixed Media Sculpture – Cloth Sculpture/ Ready made doll
故居 2 布調塑/ 現成物
Dimension variable 2015

Is there something you want to do about your memories?

I want to go back to my old home, but the house I lived in when I was young was demolished thirteen years ago.  I still remember it was on the fifteenth floor, but now it is a vacant space in the sky.  The old home means a lot to me as I grew up in there and it was a place that made me who I am now.  My dream project is to make a way back to the old home and stay at the exact space, for a day.  This project will reflect the rapid changes of the Hong Kong landscape and comfort my nostalgic feelings.

Continue reading They are artists: Noelle Ng

They are artists: 陳建業

你最近的創作關於什麼?

是關於記錄和紀錄的。我把每日收集到的單據用來記錄和繪畫每一天的生活。時下紀錄生活的工具千門百樣,全部都被整理挑選後才發佈,是選擇性公開部份的自己。我放棄這種修飾,將三百六十五天的真實面孔直接與眾分享。

scott chan

Continue reading They are artists: 陳建業

They are artists: 沈子玲

你的作品經常出現「水」?

我很享受在「水」裡存在的感覺。有時候我覺得自己是一粒冰 – 放在水裡,我溶化成水的一部份;放在奶茶裡,我溶化成奶茶的一部份;放在咖啡裡,我溶化成咖啡的一部份。我希望在水底不用呼吸也能生存,那就不用回陸地生活了。

toby joyce

Continue reading They are artists: 沈子玲

They are artists: 鄧詠詩

為什麼喜歡藝術

跟我的性格有關係吧,我是個活在夢想世界的人,喜愛自由自在的生活。我喜歡圖像多於文字,所以修讀藝術來提升自己了解圖像的能力,希望擁有一雙透視圖像的眼睛,看懂藝術家們所表達的東西。後來我學習不同的藝術運動、理論、哲學、形式,了解到繪畫只是藝術的其中一種形式。

cindy sze

Continue reading They are artists: 鄧詠詩

They are artists: 梁嘉芠

你的藝術生活從何時開始?

如果由藝術介入生活算起,那麼我的藝術生活該是從兩歲時第一次拿著筆亂塗開始,然後到小學、中學的美勞課。之後一直都忙著看新的事物和工作,過著刻板的都市生活。後來開始想:每天營營役役為的是什麼呢?於是報讀一些短期繪畫課程,在老師的鼓勵下,決定正式修讀藝術學士課程,為了發掘自己多一點,也想了解世界多一點。

carmen leung

Continue reading They are artists: 梁嘉芠

They are artists: 陳健朗

你創作室名稱Escape Velocity是什麼意思?

Escape Velocity是脫離星球引力的所需要的速度,也是我一直渴求著的態度。因為我深信唯有用這樣的速度活著,我們才能逃出枷鎖與制度。

七一, 陳健朗
七一, 陳健朗

Continue reading They are artists: 陳健朗

They are artists: 黃淑賢

怎樣開始接觸藝術?

我自小就很喜歡文學和藝術,但在成長過程中好像總有很多比自己喜歡的事更重要。幾年前工作上遇到不快事,反思下才頓然發覺自己一直沒有把最想做的事情放在最重要的位置,於是決定提早實現自己想做的事,所以報讀了藝術學位課程。讀藝術可算是我正式了解藝術的開始。

Image from Weather Forecast (2016)

Continue reading They are artists: 黃淑賢

They are artists: 馮家暉

你的藝術路程是怎麼的?

過去,認為創作是屬於一種很純粹的自我溝通和表現,過程像一種向「內」的搜索,在這種關係反覆下產生作品。那時侯覺得,作品只有自已懂就足夠了,沒考慮太多與外在的關係。

現在,認為創作保留自已的同時,亦可多關注外在的事物,它可以具有一定程度的批判性或社會責任,在於自已怎樣去選擇運用藝術,給自已一個藝術的取向。繪畫時有部份時候,亦覺得藝術離自已時近時遠,有時像捉到住,有時又讓它溜開了,結果又回到了那個問題「什麼是藝術?」,也該久不久拿來想想的,藝術本來就沒一特定框制下存在的,也因此藝術就是需要一生的追求和修練。

將來,世界就是靈感,我希望有天能走進一些更需要幸福的異地,以畫畫祝福每一個人。

Continue reading They are artists: 馮家暉

They are artists: Henry Mullins

Who are you?

I’m an artist in the theatre realm, I’m in love with the stage and in love with film.  Right now, I work as a director of performances for a student organisation.  I direct  youth-oriented performances.

henry mullins

Continue reading They are artists: Henry Mullins

Protected: They are artists: TEMP

This content is password protected. To view it please enter your password below: