Winsome WONG, based in Hong Kong, is often attracted to creatures that seem insignificant yet have outpouring traces of life. These occasional encounters include dead moths, items thrown away by seldom-met neighbours, and flowers secretly planted by residents in their public housing estate. Eternity and ephemerality, beauty and decay — all happening at the same time. Wong sculpts imagery along with queries into the limits of imagery, and explores how to present the flowing of time and the perspectives of gazes. She wants to build a landscape for people to slowly look at these creatures that are easily neglected.