I am a Hong Kong-born, London based artist who engage in participatory art, graduated from Kingston School of Art (Kingston University), BA Fine Art.

I am a sensitive, expressive, playful artist. I paint and draw since I was a child. Art for me is a crucial language that clarifies my over-stimulated mind and also a best friend to evidence complex feeling of my floating life. My enthusiasm is to explore values of memories through remaking different everyday forgotten objects playfully, questions the meaning of objects which circulating in this extremely fast-paced generation, like Dali's practice. Ephemera and displacement are always the main themes in my installations.

Interaction is a key in my art. I has devoted myself to participatory art as I love to create thoughtful platforms to explore things with my participants, as like as teaching children art, not only me convey message dominantly but inspire together. Making happy engagement for community is my life goal, recently I facilitated a fun, therapeutic drop-in drawing workshop with music at The Bentall Shopping Centre in Kingston, London. Recently I am challenging the possibility of narrative art performance, like what I did in A Flower of Life, My Grumpy Father, My Grumpy Father's Christmas Factory, I created performance with open ending narrative context which the audiences turns to the part of performance. 

Want to be part of my art? 

Welcome to contact me, brainstorm and make art together!

CV

Group show

 

2019     The Homeless Bear,  window display art installation, The Bentall Centre, London

 

             Hackney WickED DIY Open Studios exhibition, open studio event, Grow Studio, London

 

            My Grumpy Father's Christmas Factory,

            Fine art degree show, Kingston school of Art, Kingston, London

 

            The Flower of A Life, Performance,  

            A.L.I.V.E group exhibition, St. John's Church,

            Hampton Wick, London.

2018     My Grumpy Father, performance and book publication,

            All you can read book publication, Stanley Picker Gallery,

            Kingston, London.

2018     Stimulating,  installation,

            End of year show, Avionics Building, Kingston School of Art,

            Kingston, London. 

2016     The Home, Take over event group show,

            St Martin-At-Palace Plain, Norwich.

2015     Bowls of hands, Body Politic group show,

            University of Westminster Harrow campus, London.

2014     "The Rare Open Door", street art interactive installation, 

            self-directed social-engaged project,  street of Mong Kok in 2014 Hong Kong                        Occupied Central protest/ Umbrella Revolution, Hong Kong  

© By PuiYan Natalie Hui