250×150×80 cm
Carbon Steel


Taking the shark’s fin as a visual reference for the shape of the artwork, the metal body of the sculpture reflects the structure of a cage where any man could stand, as if he was imprisoned, to rethink and reconsider the harmful and violence attitude of humans against the other natural beings. The display of the sculpture will be accompanied by post performance photographic material. On the day of the opening, the artist will be standing, bowed head, in this confessional and the artistic effect of the work will be achieved through this live performance.


Born in 1964, Ho obtained his BA in Fine Arts from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1989. After some years of artistic practice in Hong Kong, he furthered his studies in the US and graduated with a MFA in Sculpture from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1995. In 2003, he received his Doctor of Fine Art from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University, Australia with the research topic of “Bodily Perception as a Means of Expression in Contemporary Art Practice”. Ho has participated in various prestigious exhibitions worldwide including the 23rd International Biennial of Sao Paulo in 1996 and the 49th Venice Biennial in 2001 as Official Hong Kong Representative. For his outstanding artistic achievement, Ho was included as an entry in the World Biographical Dictionary of Artists (Allgemeines Kunstlerlexikon, Die bildenden Kunstlerlexikon aller Zeiten und Volker), Vol.73, Germany in 2011 and was awarded the Membership of Royal British Society of Sculptors MRBS, London, UK in 2012.
Aileron - Beli - Monaco 2014