Kel Lok, FP member, artist of “Toy as Medium” and workshop host for “Monster Assemblage,” shares with us the more-than-monsters created on 3 December 2016 with visitor-participants.
“Be the rolling stones,” an alter graduation art show, ignited discussions on experimental actions and moving images as the makers’ unique connection with the lifeworld. Winnie Yan interviewed some of the participating artists…
Through the looking glass, FP member Kel Lok traces an everlasting sentiment nourished from his childhood, a deep view on the fantastic planet Eureka 7 and the episode “Psalms of the Planets.”
FP member Andio Lai, Co-curator of “Toy as Medium” (opening 20 Nov 2016), recalls the meandering trail of his childhood events, code-named “Cyclone Magnum.”
FP member Wai traces the making of his 15 pieces at “Toy as Medium,” revealing the mind of a devoted miniature maker whose obsession has a rational dimension. He finally came back to his “craft” after 35 years of no model-making.
FP member Kel Lok tells the tales of “those swords,” “those soldiers,” “that house” and “that model,” which embody moments of his life, his temperaments and his persistence that are best presented as toys in TOY AS MEDIUM, opening 20 November 2016 at Floating Projects.
FP member Wong Fuk-kuen’s long-lasting fascination with B-Daman finds way to his art practices today. What’s going to be “B-Daman art”?
FP member Kelvin Lam’s “castle on rainy days” and Jess Lau’s “pirates’ boat,” “extreme environments” and “ET arriving” mark many HK children’s fantasy play with space or the lack of it. To reproduce these childhood experiences in FP WIP opening 20 Nov 2016, what are they going to show us?
FP member Wing tells us her personal gendered history with toys. Meet Gundamzeta in FP’s upcoming show “toy as medium.”
FP Manager Wai crafted Tiger I in 2016 from a Tamiya model kit he aspired to have but couldn’t as a kid. Time changes many things. What does his lasting zeal tell us about the forgettable yet unforgotten of growing up in Hong Kong?