Interview with Luke Ching, 30 July 1998, 訪問程展緯，一九九八年七月三十日
Interview with Luke Ching by Leung Chiwo Warren
Artist Luke Ching talks about his experience practising and learning about art from sketching in high school days to enrolling in the Department of Fine Arts at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. In the first part of the interview, he also discusses how religion and faith have influenced his art career. During his formative years, he says, he went beyond painting and started exploring mixed media (00:00–29:00). Ching then explains some salient features of working on installation art: how model making is different from making an installation; some defaults that are embedded in the installation itself; and why installation is not a self-sufficient medium of expression (29:30–38:00). Ching continues to discuss the structural form and signification of artworks, as well as the use of readymades in art (38:04–48:50). Towards the end of the interview, Ching makes a functional analysis between art and society, and suggests that artists can collaborate with the tourism industry to promote local art. He also thinks that so-called Hong Kong artists should persist in creating new works according to their own thinking (52:12–1:12:50).