Surprisingly, what had first caught my eyes were the textures. It was the thickness of the cutout pieces, the brush marks left behind on the paint, and the dots and faint words showing through. I was not in a rush to make out the composition, usually what I’d do with collages. What had caught my … Continued

Motion art designer and founder Nahuel Salcedo calls Onesal an art direction studio – a collective made up of “self-defined visual cooks” working on versatile animation projects that are open to an infinite number of possible definitions. The Tokyo-based “kitchen” garnered attention for its “international taste”, serving otherworldly sensory simulations that, instead of telling a narrative, … Continued

My very first encounter with Jennifer Chow and #SadCherry was at the Artist Playground launch event at The Park Lane Hong Kong last summer. Amidst the bustling crowd and celebratory atmosphere, #SadCherry stood out as a raw and striking statement. In conversing with Jennifer, it became clear how her process of introspection affects her viewpoint of the … Continued

Bang Sang-ho has always been an artist who intrigued me both visually and mentally, due to the inimitability of his intricate yet striking style. There seems to be a gravitational force across every inch of his canvas, precisely because there is so much going on. His works mercilessly draw my gaze into every nook and … Continued