TSE Christy Tsz Kiu
TSE Christy Tsz Kiu, Christy is interested in exploring the relationship between space, human perception, and imaginative futures. She often experiments with divergent space and scenarios in various media and observes how humans perceive such messages. Hence, believes that humans will never have identical perceptions even in the same situation, which makes different human beings. TSE currently focuses on studying stained glass and its association with different scenarios of imaginative futures.
'I admire the intelligence and dedication that were put into stained glass panels by countless glass artists. The balance between functionality and aesthetics sustained itself and made it irreplaceable. Yet, stained glass’s dependence on light created a demand for the destination of architecture that connects indoor and outdoor. Such characteristics intrigued me to use stained glass as a "space" to experiment on how people perceive various kinds of stained glass and reenact the interaction between light, stained glass, and humans that were originally invented. By carrying out such experiments, I try to understand how different people are in varying ways.'