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    JOURNAL OF AN OBJECT
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    CHILDHOOD  II  /  童年兩個

    MEMORY OF HONG KONG
     
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    CHILDHOOD  I  /  童年一人

    MEMORY OF HONG KONG

ABOUT - If art imitates life, Carmen Li's work instinctively
gives expression to and provides a reflection of her
own life experiences. As her assemblage derives identity from
the designation placed upon it, Carmen's identity has been inspired
by a rich exposure to a variety of traditions, cultures, philosophies
and circumstances.

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Background

Carmen Li was born in Hong Kong, and from an early age, was influenced by a strong family tradition. She attended the Swire School of Design of Hong Kong Polytechnic University, where she rapidly became active in design circles while working in several established Hong Kong studios. Prior to the handover of Hong Kong in 1996, Carmen moved to New York, where she worked at several design firms before founding Creasia Design in 2004, which is now a successful design business, servicing more than 50 clients.

Art remains her raison d’être however, and she continues to challenge commonplace perceptions of what art is about.

Although New York is now Carmen’s and her husband, Stephen’s adopted home, she frequently travels to London, Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong, where she actively seeks new material for her work.

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Girl Born in Wah Fu

Growing up in 1970s Hong Kong (香港) was the most influential time in Carmen’s life.

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300 Square Feet for Seven

Coming soon.

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Ying Wah Girls’ School

Coming soon.

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Life in Design School

Coming soon.

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香港情懷 / 童年印記

Love of Hong Kong . Childhood Memories.

WORK

In a material world that is immersed with new items, Carmen Li would like viewers
to travel to a different world with her by using a confined space and old objects.
Carmen collects a wild range of objects that stimulates her thinking process.
These objects form a close relationship with the Artist even though they are new finds
on the streets. Very often ideas are from the feelings she acquires from seeing the objects.
Objects then become her subjects.

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香港式自我繁殖

Using Memories to Create Identity

PLACE & PEOPLE - Walking around without aims can be enjoyable, especially when you found something out of a surprise—that these things are often old, forgotten or just simply someone's trash but they are treasure in my eyes.

Background

Carmen Li was born in Hong Kong, and from an early age, was influenced by a strong family tradition. She attended the Swire School of Design of Hong Kong Polytechnic University, where she rapidly became active in design circles while working in several established Hong Kong studios. Prior to the handover of Hong Kong in 1996, Carmen moved to New York, where she worked at several design firms before founding Creasia Design in 2004, which is now a successful design business, servicing more than 50 clients.

Art remains her raison d’être however, and she continues to challenge commonplace perceptions of what art is about.

Although New York is now Carmen’s and her husband, Stephen’s adopted home, she frequently travels to London, Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong, where she actively seeks new material for her work.

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香港情懷 / 童年印記

Love of Hong Kong . Childhood Memories.

JOURNAL

Walking around without aims can be enjoyable,especially
when you found something out of a surprise—that these things
are often old, forgotten or just simply someone's trash
–but they are treasure in Carmen's eyes.


7 Oct 2013

Art From Found Objects: A Juried Exhibition at the Monmouth Museum

Art From Found Objects: A Juried Exhibition at the Monmouth Museum September 12 - October 31, 2010 Opening Reception: September 12, 2010 3 - 5:00 pm. Opening reception is free and open to the public. This exhibition focuses on artwork created from the undisguised, but often modified, use of common found objects that are not normally considered art, often because they already have a non-art function. Found art derives its identity as "Art" from the

香港情懷 / 童年印記

Love of Hong Kong . Childhood Memories.

 

CONTACT

For questions about Carmen Li's art, commissions, licensing or to find out about the availability to exhibit her works, please contact her by email at foundobjectartist@gmail.com


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