Pat WingShan Wong (aka Flyingpig) illustrates some conflicts and challenges that shape the identity of art collectives.
Flyingpig was invited to attend various programmes of The Collective School, AAA’s inaugural exhibition at its newly renovated library. Her illustrations and texts below stem from her interactions and observations, organised around three overall terms: conflict, balance, and sustainability. Click through to read all nine cards. Note: This page is best viewed on desktop.
Pat Wing Shan Wong is a community-based visual artist, educator, and facilitator. She is an Assistant Professor in the Academy of Visual Art, Hong Kong Baptist University, and was a lecturer at Kingston School of Art, and a guest lecturer at the Royal College of Art. Her practice lies at the intersections of architecture, technology, memory, and identity—portraying community stories about the people, landscapes, and objects from her surroundings. Her recent projects highlight evocative meditations on urban development and its public and personal significances. She had projects in different scales and formats in collaboration with institutions, including the Museum of London, the Royal College of Art, Kingston School of Art, Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Art, and the Hong Kong Museum of Art (HKMOA).
- Tue, 11 Apr 2023