Private Project

Disposable Scenery

On the train, I saw the moving scenery based on the movement of the vehicle and the actual speed. Suddenly thought of myself, sitting quietly in the space-time package of the vehicle, and transmitting to another place at a fixed speed. The virtual speed does not need to exist when real-time continues.
There is a gap between the speed in reflection and the speed in reality, which is out of order.
The "shadow matter" that does not shine on the light continually bursts in front of our eyes, facing the sudden speed, influx or detachment, chaos or flash, no lasting moment

  • Cosmo Wong
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    Experimental, Short
  • Runtime:
    9 minutes 20 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    March 3, 2020
  • Production Budget:
    800 USD
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  • Student Project:
    Yes - Royal College of Art
Director Biography - Cosmo Wong

2021 Plate Space, Beijing, China (Solo)

2021 "Useless Class and Homo Deus's Lover", Being Space, ShangHai

2021 "Collective Exhibition of Macao Visual Arts 2020 ",Cultural Affairs Bureau, Macau

2021 "Redirecting", Tree Art Museum , Beijing, China

2019 "Artworks of Macao Artists", National Art Museum of China, Beijing, China

2019 "Objectless objects", SafeHouse, London (Solo)

2019 "Sisyphus", Hockney Gallery, Royal College of Art, London

2019 "What a Relief", CGP Gallery, London

2019 " Queuing on Stairs" , The Crypt Gallery, London

2018 "Autumn Salon", All for Art, Macau

2018 "Macau Annual Visual Arts Exhibition 2018", Cultural Affairs Bureau, Macau

2018 " Anomalous Forms" The Crypt Gallery, London

2018 "Double, Triple, Bubble", Hockney Gallery, Royal College of Art, London (Solo)

2017 "Autumn Salon", All for Art, Macau

2016 Macau Annual Visual Arts Exhibition 2016, Cultural Affairs Bureau, Macau

2016 International Women Artists' Association Exhibition of Fine Arts, Paris

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Director Statement

Mei Teng Wong currently lives and works in Macau and London, after graduating with a Master's Drgree at Royal College of Art.

Her creation is based on the life experience of different cities, so as to observe her own culture and the contradictory and mysterious dialogues from the phenomenon in society. Through repeating “self-estrangement” behavior with various forms (painting, video, installation), she reiterate and reconstruct the pulse and reality by the withdrawal and practice of life elsewhere day after day, in order to interpret the dividing lines between people and the environment.