Ng Ka Chun

Ng Ka Chun graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts of Hong Kong Baptist University. His works are mainly in sculptural and installation formats, presenting the recycling and remoulding of manufactured goods as a response to the essence of space and object. Ng has participated in school projects such as the “Artist-in-residence Programme” (HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity, 2015) and “Social Furniture: Public Waste Recycling Project” (1a Space, 2011) with the aim of bringing students into social settings, in order to explore the formats and possibilities of public goods from the perspective of blending craft with product design.

Ng’s move back to Pat Heung, Yuen Long in 2013 inspired him to create more works that explore the rural-urban development. In the same year, he co-founded the art group MUDwork with local artist Chung Wai Ian. He has participated in a number of local community and art education projects with the method of object creation. These projects include “Play Depot” (Play Depot 2017), “W Playground” (Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, 2017) and “A Pot of Spring on the Stairs” (Hong Kong Museum of Art, 2017).

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