LANDSCAPE   |   AURORA

TK Chan 陳紫君      

 

Ms T.K. Chan graduated in MA Interdisciplinary Design from Edinburgh Napier University in 2007.  She lived and worked in Scotland for 10 years and returned to Hong Kong in 2010. She is the co-founder and curator of BLINK Gallery Hong Kong. Her works have been exhibited in Hong Kong, London, Cardiff and Edinburgh.  She misses Scotland and she desires to promote Scottish culture in her home city. Her artworks have been inspired by Scottish natural environment. They have been collected by International company, Law firm and some private collectors.

 

The inspiration for this series of works “AURORA” began 2015 this year.  TK uses the colour and cloudscape that she observed from Scottish skylines and applied onto this series of work. Sky is a connection with the universe, an umbrella to all that is life.  Circle canvas have been used in this series as circles have no beginning or end, an archetypical form representing the sun, the earth, the universe, which relates to the formation of Aurora. This series is also a beauty reminder for us to care our planet as global warming is affecting aurora attivities.