Artist Dennis Wong is particularly interested in understanding the relationships between human beings, spaces and living environments. These elements have inspired the artist to march forward boldly in order to fulfill his dreams. In his “Eerie Scenery”, the artist takes photographs of strangers, vagrants, Sham Shui Po, and macrographies of human bodies.
Often his pictures lead you astray like a guessing game, and the more you look, the more doubts you’d find. Logical connections fail to establish, yet the “people” in the pictures intrigue as chronicles of contemporary life. Therefore, a work that does not possess a priori justification can obscure the “private” and “public” propositions. Without the proverbial “box”, then we are free to think outside familiar routines…indeed, Dennis Wong has never attempted to offer a comprehensive narrative in his work.
When: 12:00pm–7:00pm, June 2–July 12, 2020
Where: Post-Ox Warehouse Experimental Site, 15 Rua do Volong, GF, 1F & 2F Gallery, Macau
How much: Free admission
For more information, call +853 2853 0026, send an email to [email protected] or check the event’s Facebook page