NG Yuk Tsang
Hong Kong-based artist Ng Yuk Tsang, Albert balances conceptualism with a distinct perspective in his work merging photography, installation, and graphic design. By employing strategies of appropriating, transforming, and assembling ready-made objects, Albert’s practice probes the symbolic meaning and the physicality of things. Albert examines the tension between: technology and humanity; politics and identity; memories and time. More than its focus on any particular subject, however, Albert's work encourages the viewer to reconsider the way of looking at the world, drawing attention to observation as a complex, ongoing process.
Set of 3: 23 × 17 cm each
I grew up in a public housing estate, where I could not find any photographs of me playing in the public corridor. So I am trying to recreate my childhood memories.I visited the old residence and took pictures of it. It's a wet, blurred, moldy, dark image.