Emma (Wing Yan) Tsang
BA (Hons) Fine Art
My work is heavily influenced by the notion of Japonisme, wabi-sabi and ikigai; the beauty and appreciation of imperfection and impermanence of reason for being.
I am interested in exploring what delights and appeases the heavy, tired and wounded soul through healing therapeutic art processes. Recurring to the exposure to tranquil tones of colour, materials and mediums, I wish to enhance moods and wellbeing through pleasure. Particularly, I have currently been fascinated by the organic movement of convergence-dispersion and surface qualities of marine life, the orderly manner it congregates into shoal that ricochet fluidly back when interacting with disturbances.
I mainly deal with acrylic, ceramic, resin, film, glass, metal, photography, printmaking and wax trapping to create alienating, metaphysical atmospheres. The malleability and the feeling of delight present in the making of art without impedance is something which hugely resonates with my adoration for nautical creatures.
Emma Tsang (曾詠恩) (born in 1997, St Helens, UK) is a British-Chinese Fine Art student, currently based in both Coventry and Middlewich, UK.