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Fear and Desire in Temporality

CHAN Tsz Man, Iv

Through time, papers and fabrics pay homage to their exquisite patina, just as mortal flesh being a site of fear and desire.

In the continuous process of tearing and reuniting materials, Chan strives to unveil skin of the unknown in order to search new forms for potential bodies or reflections.

Celebrating the beauty of temporality through materials, the fragility of her sculptural expressions is a showdown of our limited life in relation to eternity, leading to questioning what is everlasting? Why do people still believe in creations? Can art be replaced?

Chan aims to enter the realm of temporality in different angles and levels of research, hoping to embrace art as one of the tokens to eternity.