Sharon Lee Cheuk Wun: The Crescent Void
I unearthed a chapter of my family history from an old photograph: my grandparents once ran a small grocery store in Chai Wan in the 1970s. Yet, when I visited the site, all I found was a concrete wall. I ‘fossilised’ an assortment of goods from local stores into concrete boards – half-moulds-half-specimens. The voids captured in negative images reveal the ever disappearing cityscape through the presence of absence.