Dust Tree II

Jaffa Lam

Location: 2/F & 3/F
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Medium : Wood and bronze
330 cm
290 cm
2009

The “Dust Tree II” is made from recycled materials: the branches of the tree take their second life from old wooden crates and the bronze creatures made by Hong Kong secondary school students. The tree acts as a metaphor of a society with various people living in the city; everyone will definitely be able to find themselves from here.

Medium : Wood and bronze
330 cm
290 cm
2009

Made out of recycled materials from wooden crates, and bronze figures created by secondary school students, Dust Tree II is like a mini Hong Kong filled with all sorts of interesting characters. Found yourself there yet? That’s because “Dust Tree II” is made out of woods recovered from old wooden crates and of bronze creatures made by some of the city’s secondary school students. “Dust Tree II”, like Hong Kong, is a place where all can find themselves someday.

Jaffa Lam

Jaffa Lam is a sculptor specializing in large scale site-specific works of mixed media sculptural installations, which are mainly made with recycled materials. She has participated in many public sculptural and community projects in Hong Kong and overseas. Her works often explore issues related to the local culture, history, society and current affairs.

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Location: 2/F & 3/F