CHEUNG Nga Gee, Gee Gee
張雅姿

CHEUNG Nga Gee, Gee Gee is a Hong Kong-based artist who sees art as a means to narrate different stories and material cultures. Materialism, subjective and objective idealism is the foundation of her artwork development. 'I seem to know nothing about it, but "everything" to me, since I was born, was taught by the others.' In her recent works, CHEUNG creates a world with its own rules and creatures where she intends to make comparisons between the reality and the world she imagined, between the existence of humanity and the creatures, and between the laws given by the society and the rule of nature. Each creature presents an individual story, so different combinations of different stories may form a new world with new structures.

張雅姿是一位香港藝術家,她認為藝術是一種表達物質文化中不同故事的方式。唯物主義、主觀唯心主義和客觀唯心主義是她藝術發展的基礎。「我好像什麼都不知道,但是『一切』對我來說,自從我出生以來,都是別人教的。在她最近的作品中,她創造了一個有擁自己的規則和生物的世界。以對現實和她想像的世界、人類和生物的存在和社會的法則和自然的法則作出對比。每個生物都有自己的故事,所以不同故事的不同組合可能會形成一個擁有新的架構的新世界。

Hell Yeah

Acrylic painting and oil pastel on canvas, cast glass, kiln-formed glass
布面丙烯油粉彩、塑型玻璃、窯爐玻璃

Set of three, 91 × 61 × 4 cm each
共三件,每件 91 × 61 × 4 cm

Hell Yeah is a mixed-media work combining painting and glass.

Drawing inspiration from higher-dimensional beings that are beyond human comprehension, the artist reveals the limitation of human perspectives that maintain the cycle of the world. It further leads to the idea of 'eternal recurrence': in almost infinite, a finite number of events will recur again and again until eternity. When humans starts to cognise and question about values, morality and responsibility, their meanings will then be dispelled.

《Hell Yeah》是一件結合了繪畫和玻璃的混合媒介作品。

從《不可知論》中高維度生物視角解釋的虛無主義汲取靈感,藝術家以不同的媒介表現「在受到各種限制之下,人類既定循環得以維持」一論。它進一步引導出宇宙循環中萬物方生,萬物方死,存在的時間卻同時永遠地運行的概念。但當人類開始認知和質疑價值、道德、責任,當中的意義就會慢慢消卻。