Sharon Lee Cheuk Wun & Holly Leung Ho Ham: On borrowed time, the eternal summer
Sharon Lee Cheuk WunSharon LEE obtained her BA in Fine Arts from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and is currently an MFA candidate at the same university. Her photography is an analogue-digital hybrid rooted in material exploration and the re-representation of the absence, disappearance, and loss in history and memory. She has participated in art residencies internationally, including in Hong Kong, Taipei, Vienna, Berlin.
Holly Leung Ho HamHolly LEUNG holds a Bachelor of Arts from The University of Hong Kong, majoring in Art History. She organises cultural programmes for non-profits and tertiary institutions. In her spare time, she likes listening to personal stories and reading historical fiction.
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Behind the screen door, a customer with something precious to exchange for some cash.
Behind the eyeglasses of a retired pawnbroker, fragmented stories about the owners of these collaterals.
Behind the lens of the toy camera, a child captures treasures she is leaving behind for a better life elsewhere.
The nameless come and flee, vanishing into the ebb and flow of history. By collaging found images and text, we fabricate and record the missing jigsaw pieces.’