The shore beyond
Mixed Media

Humans, sharks and the ocean. In this work, the three elements are reconstructed and combined together into a collage form of specimen. Once it turns, the three elements start to interweave and spin, generating an everchanging reflection, a world of fantasy, which evokes the origin of life. The fragmented pieces become a kaleidoscope. As long as we remind ourselves that we are part of the nature, and we are all connected, the path will unfold itself with respect and love for all lives on earth.

Peggy Chan received her Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts) degree from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University. She currently lives in Hong Kong and has a studio at the Cattle Depot Artists’ Village. Her works include paintings, photographs, videos and installations, and are inspired mainly by her daily- life experiences and imagination, exploring the triangular relationship between the individual, the city and nature. She has participated in exhibitions around the globe (France, Korea, Taiwan, India, Hong Kong, Macau, China), including DMZ International Outdoor Installation Art Festival in Korea in 2014 and the 2nd CAFAM Future Exhibition at the CAFA Art Museum in Beijing in 2015. Her works are also part of private collections.

Aileron - Beli - Monaco 2014