HungGar

Fourteen Hung Kuen Forms

The physical action of ‘Fourteen Hung Kuen Forms’ derives from the footwork of a Southern Chinese Kung Fu style called Hung Kuen. Fourteen actual forms were carried out by the artist, to trace the repeated actions of a traditional Kung Fu form, which has been practiced in Southern China since the 17th centuary. The footwork … Continue reading “Fourteen Hung Kuen Forms”

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Platform

I built a platform in a gallery for people to look at things. Then I gave them binoculars so they can look at things more clearly. I think a place where people stand and look at things offers perspective, which is good.

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The small paper

The small paper

‘The small paper’ piece comes from an actual diary written by a solider who spent three and a half years in the Malaysian jungle during the second world war, this was nearly eighty years ago. ‘The small paper’ represents the jungle, of survival, of illness, of torture, of humidity, of hope, of despair, of freedom, … Continue reading “The small paper”

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Gungi

Feet Patterns

Footwork from three Southern Chinese Hung Kuen forms I start training at 5 am most mornings in a Park. Spending up to two hours repeating the same forms over and over again. These 3 forms represent a repeated physical action I have undertaken for over a year. They are steeped in memory. Of being bitten by … Continue reading “Feet Patterns”

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Liam photos by jase

New Cross Structure

New Cross. Once I felt poisoned watching a band I worked with. I thought there and then, no more working with this band. The times when I had to wait for train connections in the freezing mornings. I drew shapes of things: drain pipes, road curbs, railways station taps, ends off wires hanging from buildings. For me … Continue reading “New Cross Structure”

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Greenwich compost toilet

Compost Toilet

A Compost Toilet, designed and built in South East London (long since bulldozed). Then, surrounded by building sites, vandalism and strong winds. Now, exclusive condominiums, optimism and flushing toilets.

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