From now to 16 August catch the exhibition entitled Clouds/Smoke at the Artistry, by Artist Ching Kai. The art collection reflects the man’s observation of life through a myriad of cultural textures and motifs. His artwork echos philosopher’s Zhuang Zi’s dissertation on human nature and the pursuit of material security and societal assurance. The showcase reflects the meaning of life expressed in the book of Ecclesiastes.
The concept of Cloud and Smoke aims to portray how all things, no matter how great or small will come to an end at any one appointed time. He uses the motifs to portray dissipation and how memory forms become a vapour that changes with the passing time.
Ching Kai maintains a monochromatic palette to allow adequate breadth and depth for his abstraction.
Find out more about the exhibition here.