The sculptural objects that I create are the result of a highly physical and continual reworking of subconscious and conscious elements in constant interaction. They are biomorphic and surreal, lying somewhere between abstraction and representation, between form and formlessness. Our lives evolve within chaos and deterioration, growth and renewal. My work reflects the passage of time and responds to the increasingly complex contemporary surroundings.
My installation is about memories of growing up in Hong Kong—a metropolitan city overwhelming with skyscrapers, a dense population with congested living quarters, and my childhood experience of sharing a tiny apartment among thirteen family members. Using architecture as a visual aesthetic, I investigate sensation of confinement from my experience in the past.