A portrait upon which face pattern recognition matrices used by surveillance are superimposed and juxtaposed next to the lit matrices of the Bank of China.
While not a critique on I.M. Pei’s iconic building itself, Constellations connects the visual design of the iconic building to point out the inextricable psychogeographical link between how our lives are affected by the technologies and architectures we create.
A part of my solo exhibition, We No Longer See the Stars at de Sarthe Gallery in Hong Kong from January 18 - March 7, 2020.
We No Longer See the Stars
de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong
January 18 - 7 March, 2020
Diptych. Acrylic on canvas with embedded LED lighting
120 x 90 x 4 cm each