Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive
|Wong Chi Hang, Sara 黃志恆|
|Name in pinyin: Huang Zhiheng|
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|Place of birth: Hong Kong|
|Art Medium: installation,sculpture,video art|
|Sara Wong was a founded member of Para/Site Art Space in Hong Kong. She received her BFA from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and her MLA (Master of Landscape Architecture) from the University of Hong Kong. She has exhibited in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Taipei, New York, Honolulu, Tokyo, Melbourne, Venice, Seoul, Gwangju, Oslo, Munich, Kassel and Berlin. Awards received include Artist Grant of the Centre de Reflexion sur l’Image et ses Contextes, Switzerland (2000); Most Promising Artist of the Philippe Charriol Foundation, Hong Kong (1994); Ramon Woon Art Creative Prize, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (1992). She has also participated in the Artist-in-residence programme held in PS1 Contemporary Art Center (1999), the Bronx Museum of the Arts (2000), New York; Ecole Cantonale d’Art du Valais (ECAV); Sierre, Switzerland (2000) and the Nordisk Kunstnarsenter Dalssesen, Norway (2002).|
|20 Pairs of Shoes and the Space Above, In-between and Surrounded (1995) Found shoes at tip-toed form, PVC plastic glass case 125cm x 125cm x 240cm||Site-Seeing (1996) Found wood panels from construction sites and video images 125cm x 125cm x 240cm||Juxtaposition (1997) Glass panel, hay piles, paper mache lanterns, metal frames and video images approx. 6m x 6m x 3m (Installation space)||City Monument/ Monument City (1998) silk-screen city map on steel platforms and slow speed motors 150cm x 100cm x 24cm|
|Local Orientation (1998) video installation approx. 8m x 10m x 3m (Installation space)||Internal Orientation II (1999) silk-screen street map on fabric, found dinning chair and low speed rotor 55cm x 55cm x 120cm||Internal Orientation I (1999) embroidery city map on carpet and low speed rotor 100cm x 100cm x 3cm||Star Watching in the Front Yard at Home (1999) C-print 112.5cm x 75cm|
|Day or Night, Stars are Bright (1999) synthetic polymer paint, street map of Kassel/Hong Kong, ultra-violet light, and found toys 120cm x 81cm x 21cm||Local Orientation II - From Bronx Museum West to Harlem River (2000) one channel video size unknown||City Cookie Project (2000) color photographs mounted on coffee tables and in plastic table signs size variable||1:100 1:500 1:1000 (2001) Drawing, street map of the Queens Borough in New York, c-prints, wooden bench with carpet, paper models size variable|
|Have a Slice of... (2001) paper, plaster and aluminum approx. 1m x 1m x 2m||Local Orientation 2002 (2002) video installation approx. 8m x 10m x 3m (Installation space)||Mapping a Moment of a Room (2001) synthetic light absorptive powder mixed with wall plaster size variable||On Foot: Berliner Mauer (2002) wooden deck, two video projections and six channels sound installation size variable|
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Last updated: 18 Jan, 2018.