Waving in the Wind

Mok Yat Sun

Location: B3
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Medium : Painted stainless steel
180 x 400cm
2009

Man-made steel fashioned to mimic free-flowing water, this work of art is a reflection upon the relationship between the natural environment and people who live in it, and the potential that imagination holds. Waving movement was portrayed through successive lines, conveying a sense of natural strength and enthusiasm.

Medium : Painted stainless steel
180 x 400cm
2009

Do you like the sound of waves? What does it make you think of? Strength? Or fear? Passion? Or loneliness? Stop everything for a moment, close your eyes and let your imagination run wild.

Mok Yat Sun

MokYat-san works as a part-time lecturer at the Department of Fine Arts, the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a full-time artist devoting himself to his art creation. In recent years, Mok has endeavoured in promoting the development of public art. He has participated in numerous exhibitions and was the recipient of several awards. Mok has participated in many commissions and public art projects in Hong Kong and overseas. His artworks have been acquired by a number of prestigious collections.

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Location: B3