Being a mother, I concern largely on socio-environmental issues, rights and obligations as a global citizen and how our actions affect the global world and future generations.
A Mother’s Discourse
This is a multi-media installation work, reflects my personal concern as a mother-to-be during the specific political and historical time frame in 2014. The traces of memory left on all of us shall linger on. Jean Baudrillard wrote, “Of everything that disappears, there remain traces…. Everything that disappears seeps back into our lives in infinitesimal...."
The Altar Of Zai Zai
The nostalgic work is a dear piece contributing to the collective memories of my teenage era, which is the pre-1997 Hong Kong. This work takes the viewer through a journey of time, aiming to inspire a great sense of reminiscence for the objective or subjective past. This work also highlights the value of NOW, when every moment may pass fleetingly without much conscious thought for its importance.