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Tree of Exceptions, Reimagined

Tree of Exceptions has been reconfigured and installed in a new space: the Blue Gallery of the Yew Chung Foundation's Secondary Campus in Kowloon Tong (Hong Kong). It will be exhibited until late August 2017. You are welcome to visit by …

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Alternative Photography Installation (2017)

"Tree of Exceptions" installation at Pimary art residency, New Territories, Hong Kong Painted dimensions: 1m x 16m, installation variable Painted and ready to install Ground floor installation blends with Pimary's existing elements (photo by Pete Spurrier) and leads up a stairway …

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Tree of Exceptions in the South China Morning Post

"Tree of Exceptions" review here         A post shared by Movana Chen (@movanachen) on May 11, 2017 at 9:23am PDT      

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Growing “Tree of Exceptions”

Photos as the installation Tree of Exceptions grows in a village house in Hong Kong's New Territories Cyanotype "bricks" test negatives imprinted with villagers' memories Negatives installed on windows Paintings in progress: before developing in sunlight (L) and after (R) …

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Tree of Exceptions

Thanks to the invitation of Pimary art residency in Hong Kong's New Territories, I have the chance to explore the rural side of our city, and its unique histories. My new project, "Tree of Exceptions", will be a large-scale painting installation …

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Open Studio 2017

        Installing "Typhoon 2", Cyanotype photogram for my annual Open Studio in Hong Kong. Evidently I've not been interested in mastering selfies.    If you're in Hong Kong, you're welcome to stop by my annual Open Studio. …

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Happy New Year 2017

Image from tests for a recent project, exploring sharks fins, one of Hong Kong's more lucrative products (by weight). Our fair city is a center for the controversial trade; half of the world's shark fins are sold here.

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China Obscura at Shenzhen City Art Fair

Panoramic photo of China Obscura installation of Cyanotype paintings and prints in Shenzhen, China, November 2016 Click photo above to view full size. Shenzhen has become a center for Chinese design, and is an exciting young city near Hong Kong. At 7 …

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Blue Brushes

Hake brushes blue from cyanotype chemicals Studio shipment arrived from Beijing this week. Now my brushes are back, it's time to get painting in the new studio.

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Hong Kong as Home

Vintage windows in my short-term rental in Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon Ten years ago, I moved to Hong Kong for love, following a husband who lived here. Now, I return for life. I work as Artist-in-Residence for an educational foundation. They …

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