6 ‑ 27 Sep 2021 (everyday) 11am ‑ 6pm (7 hours)
6/F, Foo Tak Building, 365 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
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Our relationship with the material “cement” is seemingly detached yet bonded—we pace on it every day, even living in it.

Lee sees cement as a medium that triggers her daily associations to explore the possibility of material interpretation and sculptural concepts. The process of reshaping cement provokes her into a deeper state of contemplation and transforms her abstract feelings, extending the spiritual state beyond its physical form. Simultaneously, she correlates cement as a formless compound—where water is its medium and earth is its base. The water lifts and activates the stilled soil, mingles and converges it into a solid entity, allowing it to withstand and reverse the current. Cement has a tendency to morph into countless metaphors which are derived from one single substance.

In the exhibition, Lee honestly articulates the complexity in the intertwined emotion she encountered, delivered with a sense of obscurity yet rationally and concealed. She believed the artwork is merely a representation without meaning, and all connotation is a manifestation of the will and interpretation.

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