303 x 329mm
Artwork size with black ferrum frame per piece: 425 x 450mm
Graphite on Wood
Artist himself likes to read from his sketchbook as a way to seek clues from daily experience, as he believes every word and symbol within constitute part of his unconscious reflection. In the form of wooden sculpture which can create carving powerfully, the artist depicts his encounters with nature, for instance, the lunchtime he spent in a random park during working days is shown in the series of “1:15pm”.
Fung Mang Chung was born in 1990 and raised in Hong Kong. After received his BA (Fine Art) degree from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University in 2014, he is now undertaking an MA (Fine Art) degree in the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
He took great interest in drawing at his young age and keep investigate what drawing and painting are meaning to him. Fung is always thinking out of the box and applying drawing methodology to different materials such as his wood carving work.