turns the suffocating cityscape of Hong Kong into a foldable miniature with paper pop-up technique, recreating the familiar cold towers of stone, glass and metals with her usual playfulness and liveliness. A motor is used to animate this version of Folding Hong Kong, leading the audience into an erratic visual fantasy of this ordinary scenery that we see everyday.
graduated from the She was an art tutor in and an member of . She received the scholarship from the in 2005, 2006 and 2007. Her works are characterized by their rich colors, handiwork and interactivity.
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