Interview with Siu Kingchung, 14 October 1998 (Part 2), 訪問蕭競聰，一九九八年十月十四日（第二部份）
Interview with Siu Kingchung by Leung Chiwo Warren
In the second part of the recorded interview, Siu continues to talk about the relationship between art and himself, as well as between art and NUX. He points out that it is important for artists to have a flexible attitude that allows them to accommodate changing circumstances (00:00-05:00). When it comes to production, Siu looks for the appropriate materials that suit the concept and theme, and his aesthetic consideration comes from his prior training and studies in art (07:46-12:40). Siu underlies the so-called 'art-led social observation,' with which we enlist artistic sensitivity to observe everyday phenomena, and these insights can be articulated via textual or visual elements (25:08-28:30). He also thinks the Hong Kong art scene lacked unity and initiatives to organise and advocate for a more ideal art environment and policies. Hong Kong artists had the power to change, but sadly, they were sadly unware of the power they had (28:40-39:00). Siu also remarks that Hong Kong works were still unable to capture Hong Kong’s art environment, which was due to a dearth of research and discourse on this aspect of Hong Kong art (39:00-48:50).