Spontaneity-Onion Peterman(Printmaker, illustrator)
Impulse drives creation.
Road signs, “witches’ hats”, fire hydrants, and some of the most ordinary cityscapes become narrative-rich images in Onion Peterman’s eyes. They are then transformed into prints through silkscreen printing.
She enjoys the freedom and spontaneity of using silkscreen printing to create zines, as it enables her to compile the images in her mind into books. Although the process of silkscreen printing is gruelling, it is precisely because of the painstaking effort that she pours into each book that Onion is so attached to them. Consequently, she will not exchange them with other people easily.
Imprints-Sara Tse (Ceramic Artist)
Sara is in the habit of using liquid porcelain to seal memories, a process which obliterates and dissolves tangible matter at the same time. Among her works are her loved one’s old clothes which have been dipped in liquid porcelain. The original garments are burnt to ashes at high temperatures, leaving behind only white porcelain imprints. They hold her deepest yearnings for her mother, express her well wishes for her children, and also document their growth.
From the people to the places she cherishes, Sara hopes to document them in detail using white porcelain, and subsequently explore all kinds of subtle changes in the imprints.
Even though life is fragile, love and emotions are everlasting.
Producer: Lun Pui-ki
Unknown - Joseph Lee (Dancer / Choreographer)
From individuals to society, from everyday life to the world... You think you know about them all, yet you find that everything is unpredictable.
Joseph Lee pays constant attention to his body, with which he is most familiar as a dancer. When it comes to perceptions that we have grown accustomed to, are there other possibilities and answers?
Let yourself face the unfamiliar, let the body explore new domains, let dance create space for contemplation, so that you can take on the various unknowns that lie ahead.
Producer: Freda Hui
Muddled - Mudwork (Art Creation Group)
It looks like a first-generation mobile phone, but it is actually a shaver;
It looks like a shaver, but it is actually a hairdryer...
Everything in existence has more than one appearance.
With just a little more imagination, everyone can become an inventor.
Mudwork is an art collective that likes to ponder on the original nature of objects and explore their hidden potential.
In addition to being husband and wife, they are also partners in creation. This time, let us venture into their fantastical world and sneak a peek at what they have in store.
Director: Billy Ng