Thu, 03 Mar|
"Waves Collection" Sharing
Time & Place
03 Mar 2022, 19:00 – 20:00
"Waves Collection" Sharing Session
Inspired by the incessant waves lapping the shores of the island, artist Martin Cheung attempts to transform the beach at night into a natural darkroom by placing black and white photo paper in the sea, and capturing with flashlights the traces of waves in South Lamma. He hopes to encapsulate the transience of nature and translate into visible images a series of dialogues between the land and sea.
In this sharing session, the artist will review the creation process of his works with the audience, and share his insights on conceptual photography.
Time：19:00 - 20:00
Age： 6 yrs old or above
About the Artist :
Cheung graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne Australia in 2001. He has been focusing on the research and promotion of pinhole photography for years. His best known work is Duck Cam – Melbourne (2001), a conceptual photographic work in which he converted a roasted duck into a pinhole camera to photograph Melbourne's Chinatown. The work is collected by Pinhole Resource in the United States.