Leung Ho Kwan (Adrian) is an artist whose artwork is minimalistic, using text and sign elements. Recently he is making geometric and minimalist artworks.
Geometrical linea and graphics give people a sense of satisfaction. Adrian tends to observe objects at a minuscule scale, he used to dismantle objects into elements and study them independently. After that, he assembles the elements into minimal forms in order to present his art in a very realistic manner. Contemporary cultures such as popular culture and local identity also add to his artworks to create materials that contain collective stories and meanings.
Adrian emphasises on the idea of artmaking. He believes that even a tiny track created during artmaking is valuable. He tries to limit the aids from machines when it comes to material transformation, for example, instead of using a CNC machine to make clean geometric lines, he tries to produce tracks from basic tools such as brushes, claps and ruler. Unintended drips of liquid or a mistaken brush stroke constitute the making of the artwork. In the future, Adrian will continue to explore the beauty of smallness and minimalism.
Wax, plastic, pigment
The distorted perfect cube created an artistic sense.
Concrete and pigment
To depict a sense of a satisfying proportion that once saw in a dream which was flooded with white structures.
Glass, mirror, acyclic sheets, wax, LED lights, McDonald’s Straw
Three numbers were shown to identify the artist in society and by placing with a McDonald’s Straw, generating identity was shown how it became part of the culture.