Both the colonial and current Hong Kong governments use the Chinese dragon as their emblems or logos. The British government used the drag on as a stereotypical representation of the Chinese culture of Hong Kong, whereas the Chinese government celebrates the Chinese tradition with t he dragon logo. This procedural drawing is created based on the two rep resentations of Hong Kong. This drawing explores the ambiguities of the representation of the dragon and criticizes the cultural transition of Hong Kong.
NAM Fong Hin
Fong Hin Nam is a Hong Kong-based visual artist and photographer who is interested in landscapes and the structure of urban spaces and their underlying narratives. He holds an undergraduate degree in visual arts from Hong Kong Baptist University and currently studies his Master of Fine Arts degree at City University of Hong Kong. Fong’s practice is orientated from the experimental expression and procedural imagemaking with humanistic context.