Spatialized Memory

HKBU Heritage : Student Production : Spatialized Memory
HKBU Heritage : Student Production : Spatialized Memory
HKBU Heritage : Student Production : Spatialized Memory


            


Fu, Wing Tung Monica


2009         BA (Visual Arts)


Various dimensions
Glass

SUMMARY

Memories build a person's innermost feeling, and create who we are in the course of our growth. In this piece, glass, associated with memories, is divided into fragments and are later joined back together. The reflections of glass extend and fade into space, as our memories are often enlarged through recalling, and are then hidden within our minds.
The structure of stained glass reveals my belief of memory, visualizing things that are unreachable. Besides, the repetitive making process, for me, is a meditation of my own self. Through recalling, my memory is once again secured.

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