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Moon-mounted, 2022
Charcoal, ink and acrylics on plywood and video
Dimensions variable

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A day of two Suns (2019)

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The Great Escape

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Curiosity Box Hong Kong (Sound Tour, 1st July, 2015)
Duration: 4:36 min.
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Selling My Soul@Tate Modern

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Disappeared Hong Kong Art
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Potted City Series

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 ·  宇宅之變》,《戀物史》三部曲之一
“The History of the Adventures of Vivi and Vera - tremendous changes between roof and house”, first instalment in the History of Fetish trilogy

誰 將心困成一個迷宮 我 竭力呼叫 白髮 變 黑
林東鵬 // 7. 2019,香港

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Past Continuous Tense

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Half Step House

Screenshot 2020-10-28 at 10.03.28 AMInterview by Asian Art Museum, 2020

Lam Tung Pang is a Vancouver and Hong Kong based artist whose work encompasses painting, drawing, performance, video, and installation. Assembling traditional iconography and found objects, Lam creates layered allegorical landscapes that engage themes of history, memory, and time. These works capture the nuanced emotions that seep out from beneath the weight of drastic political change. Lam received his BFA from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and his MFA from Central Saint Martins in London.

A day of two Suns (2019) is an ensemble of plywood mountain sculptures and found objects staged around a large paper screen, upon which videos are projected on either side. These ever-shifting compositions of faded, seemingly still videos, which depict panoramic sights in Hong Kong, reflect Lam Tung Pang’s memories of his home. The assorted objects cast shadows that obscure these memories onscreen, evoking our scattered recollection of the disappearing past. The screen and geographical motifs reference classical Chinese landscape painting, in which Lam was trained. For more info:

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Lam Tung Pang: Looking at Looking BY CHLOE CHU

Asia Art Pacific, SEP/OCT, 2020

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Things happened on the Island

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Faith moves Mountain
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Toys Stop

History and Imagination — Whampoa Station, Hong Kong

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Wavy Weaving Wall

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