For Still Remain Pieces
Participatory art workshop, interactive installation
A space that preserves the little and sincere memories, waiting for the audience to leave their unique imagination, associated with each other, in the interplay of light and shadow and the fluttering of balloons.
This piece of work explores the relationship between painting and memory. Balloons are used as a symbol of remembrance, connecting to create a cohesive piece that depicts a collective experience. Through such familiar painting movements, they intertwine in time and space, building and gazing at the same distant universe side by side.
Manny Yip (b.1994, Hong Kong ) grew up in a village where she developed her interest in collecting antiques and studying ethnology since her childhood. Her works capture past experiences and reflect her thoughts on identity and her longing for ideals. She brings the forgotten, the trivial, and the overlooked to life through her paintings and installations, creating a narrative representation of the reunion scene. Manny has held solo exhibitions at ACO Art Space and am space, collaborated with various art and cultural organizations, and commercial parties, and participated in numerous group exhibitions at Pao Gallery, Fringe Club, Gallery By The Harbour, etc.