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HKBU Heritage : Student Production : Heritage
HKBU Heritage : Student Production : Heritage
HKBU Heritage : Student Production : Heritage
HKBU Heritage : Student Production : Heritage


                  


Wong, Kei To Hebe


2019         BA (Visual Arts)


38 × 36 × 21 cm, 57 × 43 × 22 cm, 55 × 47 × 32 cm
Ceramic

SUMMARY

The process of firing clay has been used to craft the body of three generations of women; reflecting inter-generational relationships and bonds which promote mutual influence, respect and responsibility.

The temperature and duration of the firing process affects the colour, texture and hardness of the finished pieces and convey that women at different life stages encounter varied life experiences and challenges which define such stages of life that usually requires inter-generational support. At the end of the firing process, the colour changes completely, symbolising the passages of life.

(The text is provided by the student)





AWARD

LUMP Ceramics Award





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