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Investigating Nature and Imagery: ‘Noble Rot’ Artists’ Sharing

Mar 31, 2022
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Thu, 31 Mar 2022, 6–7pm
Zoom ID: 834 2747 0113
Passcode: 850822
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Hosted by Cusson Cheng, Para Site Project Manager/Assistant Curator


Join us Thu, 31 Mar, for the third and final sharing session of ‘Noble Rot’ Part Two with participating artists Wing Sze Ng, Tam Man Ching Michelle, and Yuen Nga Chi, whose all-new commissions in turn engage natural resources as mediums, lament human-animal relationships, and take asylum in nature. As part of the public programmes for ‘Noble Rot’ Part Two, Para Site has organised three virtual artist sharing sessions live on Zoom, where participating artists share their practices, focusing on the works they contributed to the exhibition. The session will be moderated by Cusson Cheng, one of the four organisers of the exhibition.

About the artists

Wing Sze Ng

By drawing parallels with poetic imagery and pop culture references, Wing Sze Ng (b. 1998, Hong Kong) discusses the metropolitan experience of suffering and sacrifice. She is the co-founder/editor of independent zine MYEW!.


Tam Man Ching Michelle

Tam Man Ching Michelle (b. 1998 in Hong Kong) obtained her BA in Fine Arts at CUHK in 2020. Her creative practices mainly involve mixed media, installations, and interventional practices. She is stimulated by contemporary primitivity to explore the attachment recalled in humans amidst their ambivalence towards the world. Through her practice, she examines and explores the relationship among constructs and people with everyday objects, concurrently establishing her conversations with humanity and the cosmos. Her works have been shown in exhibitions and screenings including ‘A Clockwork Lai Chi’ (2020), ‘Fresh Trend’ (2020), and ‘Video Cypher’ (2019). Accepted into the ACO residency programme in 2020, she and several peers founded Ipseng, a local artist collective.


Yuen Nga Chi

Yuen Nga Chi (b. in Hong Kong) draws inspiration from the contradiction between living conditions and working experience. Through photography, she further examines the meaning of family and closely observes the repetitive analogies between humans and animals. Her work has been exhibited in Hong Kong, Singapore, Italy, and London.