Established by Zhong Huien and Wu Jiajun, using creation as a method. Through the hands-on practice of artistic creation, thinking about and proposing alternative life styles.
Founded by two HK artists Chung Wai Ian & Ng Ka Chun. MUDwork seeks to raise an alternative way of living through making objects.
Chung Wai Ian
Graduated from the School of Visual Arts of Hong Kong Baptist University in 2009, engaged in sculpture creation. Participated in art projects including Kai Tak "Amusement Park", Art Promotion Office "Public Art Project 2015", C&G Art Unit "Kam Tin, Busan Art Exchange Project-Hou Tao Garden", Hong Kong Osage Gallery "So Near so far-somewhere between Hong Kong and the UK", "[en]counters 2013: powerPLAY", an artist-in-residence program in Mumbai, India. Currently a member of 1a Space Artistic Panel.
Hong Kong based artist. Chung Wai Ian received her BA from Hong Kong Baptist University in 2009. She has been invited in projects including Kai Tak “Play Depot”, Art Promotion Office “Public Art Scheme 2015”, C&G Artpartment “Art exchange project between Kam Tin and Busan-In Search Of Peachland”, Osage HK “Both Sides Now-Somewhere between Hong Kong and the UK”, Mumbai Artist-in-Resident “[en]counters 2013: powerPLAY”. She is one of the artistic panels in 1a space.
Ng Ka Chun
Graduated from the School of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University in 2008. Most of his works are presented in the form of sculptures or installations. In addition to the reconstruction and reconstruction of daily objects, he also enters some social scenes to discuss topics such as urban development and natural environment. In addition, in recent years, he has participated in a number of public/community art projects, including "Ping Che Village School Performance Art Festival", "Kam Tin, Busan Art Exchange Project-Hou Tao Garden", "MTR. Art", "M+ Rover" plan, etc. Currently a member of 1a Space Artistic Panel.
Hong Kong based artist. Ng Ka Chun received his BA from Hong Kong Baptist University in 2008.. His art unsettles city dwellers' relationship with nature. In many of his works, he puts a spin on ready-made objects, presenting an alternative perspective that challenges the commonly accepted way of life. He also responds to social issues concerning fast-paced development in the city and preservation with interventional installations. In recent years, he has participated in several public/community art projects including “Grounded: Ping Yeung School of Art", "In Search of Peachland", Art in MTR, M+ Rover and etc. He is one of the artistic panels in 1a space.