CHAN Cheuk Ki
陳焯淇

CHAN Cheuk Ki practises analogue photography and graphic design, and recently, she focuses on small metal jewellery. Her works are often about her personal experiences, human relationship, self-expression, and concepts in art.

陳焯淇的實踐包括菲林攝影、插畫和繪畫,而她最近正專注於小型金屬珠寶。她的作品大多有關於她的個人經歷、人際關係、自我表現和藝術觀念。

Previous Works
Forest Hunting
叢捕
2019

Film photo book
菲林相片集

20.8 × 15 cm

Forest Hunting probes the relationship between humans and nature with the insignificance and tininess of humans when facing a magnificent landscape. The separation of humans from nature is significant nowadays. Humans exploit and destroy the wilderness, and they must face the consequences of their own actions. Forest Hunting redefines humans' attitudes toward nature more humbly and respectfully and records the memories in forest place.

Blessing to protestor
給抗爭者的祝福
2019

Jewelleries
珠寶

Set of three, 6.4 × 4.3 × 1.5 cm, 7.6 × 3.6 × 3.7 cm, 9.8 × 4.9 × 4.6 cm

'It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.'

A foul wind and bloody rain happened in the second half of 2019 in Hong Kong. Society is facing great cleavage with outrage and fear between different parties, but meanwhile, the glory of human nature is also revealed. Blessing to protestor is designed for blessing and safeguard the protestors from danger. It reminds the audience of the spirit of braveness and perseverance of Hong Kong people during the darkness before dawn.

Surveillance
監控
2019

Embroidery
刺繡

30.6 × 26.5 × 30.6 cm

Human rights entail both rights and obligations. They ensure individuals are restricted by the laws and authorised some of the fundamental freedoms which benefit the steady social progress and development. People live under specific standards, values, and norms to maintain social order and 'frame' liberty. However, facing the absolute power of authorities, 'Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? (Who will guard the guards themselves?)'. Surveillance challenges the Anti-mask Law and questions about the surveillance from authorities as a citizen by hiding identity, which represents the uncooperativeness under a disciplinary society.