鄧樹榮
鄧樹榮
TANG Shu Wing
Previous Works
TANG Shu Wing

Tang Shu Wing (Josh) focuses on sculpture, ceramics and installation with natural materials such as wood, bamboo and clay. He turns his hands into his most flexible tools by creating detailed depiction on objects. He is interested in the beauty of wabi-sabi affect by the environment of AVA campus.

在研究於AVA創作裝置作品的可能性時,受到不少創作限制,不禁讓我思考AVA與學生之間的關係。校園為學生提供創作空間,學生則確保校園的自然環境不受毀壞,為兩者產生既疏離又密切的共生關係。我以防空洞視為AVA的象徵物作裝置埸地,並用竹篾如同搭棚般編織並改造出一個相反空間。如同矛盾的共生關係,原本最暗的空間則改為最亮,原本方正的轉角位則改為彎曲,突顯兩者微妙的共生關係。

The White Elephant

2018

Bamboo, paper

220 × 100 × 180 cm

“The White Elephant” symbolizes countless over budget construction projects overseen by the Hong Kong government. The work was burned after finishing in order to fulfill the idea.

Embryo

2017

Bamboo, rope

100 × 40 × 30 cm

Using bamboo and rope to create an embryo form wearable armor, the concept of creatures using anything to protest against the nervous system is represented.

The bridge of the annex building

2018

Bamboo, leaf

300 × 100 × 220cm

Two layers of bamboo tunnels are used to test the bamboo’s elasticity and natural wilting of leaves. I tie a lot of leaves together and when some leaves wilt the tunnel will shake. The shaking will move the wind chimes on top of the tunnel.