What if these scattered clouds will reunite one day, and re-build the place we call “home”, regardless of its ugliness, darkness.
An on-going installation project about the scattered and gathered, the honey comb shape works together to form the place we unite in all direction and form a full picture of the perishing city image in multiple time and space. Guess it will be a lifelong thing until the day I perish….
(Great thanks for Master Lam Che for crafting such wonderful shape with teak wood upcycled from the old church benches.)
About this part:
cloud dibbled, with light
79 X 76 cm (a set of three)
Acrylic on upcycled church bench
City in the dark,
A “bang” across the dawn
Then cloud dibbled,
For seeds, for youngs, for bulbs…