28 Feb, 2021
8 May 2020
Angela Yuen Teaching the World How to See Reality Through Rose Coloured Lens
Using nostalgia and childhood memories as building blocks, Angela Yuen weaves light and shadows to create a visual love letter to Hong Kong’s Golden Years.
5 February, 2020
Local artist Angela Yuen may not limit the medium she uses, but her latest show is all about shining a light on elements that no longer a cast shadows in Hong Kong, writes Andrew Dembina
"My concept is of a time travel machine that had some kind of malfunction and enters a parallel universe"
頭條 Pop News
12 March, 2020
24 March, 2020
7 Extraordinary Hong Kong Artists Using Out-Of-The-Ordinary Materials In Their Works
“The material is imbued with symbolic meaning associated with the spirit, sweat and hardship of the local labour, and plastic manufactured objects serve as an iconic representation of Hong Kong’s manufacturing boom that shapes the early stages of the city’s modernisation,” says Yuen.
12 March, 2020
Plasticology: An Art Exhibition That Isn’t a Waste of Your Time!
Two of these artists Yu Fang Chi and Angela Yuen, joined Tom for On The Record and explained their works. They discussed materials and mediums, what they hope people take away from their art and just how big of a problem waste is in other countries...
5 December 2019
Year of the Pig Exhibition and Online Charity Auction by Phillips Hong Kong from 7th to 10th December
“Inspired by the blow moulded piggy bank manufactured in Hong Kong during the 60s and 70s – from the classic red colour in plastic, to the hand painted gold strips and the spray-painted cute eyes. In a time of need, they served as toys as well as money boxes for children. It contains the wishes of thousands of children, reflecting the history, changes of daily life and the value of the city throughout decades. Looking through the rectangular lens on the piggy bank artwork, one can see a kaleidoscopic scene of the current surroundings and oneself, the hopes contained inside the piggy bank, now and then.”
Friday, March 29, 2019
Spotlight on homegrown talent
By Liana Cafolla
Angela Yuen is showing a colorful, carousel-like piece entitled City Rhapsody — Project Roseate, which celebrates Hong Kong’s history. The piece, with several small plastic toys attached to it, turns round in slow motion. A light source at the center casts colored shadows of the plastic animals, trees and geometry box tools, creating an impression of the Hong Kong skyline, projected onto the three surrounding walls — double-sided screens that allow for shadow play and encourage audience participation.
April 5, 2016
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20 March, 2020
8 April, 2020
Plastic recycled and reimagined
The Puzzle I (pictured top) moves away from nostalgia and into alarm: stark green and red illumination pairs with dizzying movement on two axes. In the ups and downs of Hong Kong life, an underground is visible under the skyscrapers, plastic toys transformed into hanging human shadows. Look closely at both installations and you’ll spot the police presence.
8 May, 2020
The Female Figures
“I miss the things from my childhood such as street vendors and rickshaws, which are elements I very much want to coexist with the present because they add color to our lives,” says Yuen
RTHK Radio Television Hong Kong Radio 3
25/2/2020 Radio 3
1 2 3 Show
On Thursday’s 123 Show Karen Koh is sitting in for Noreen again. We’ll hear about “The Lost Time Travel Machine”, a new solo show by artist Angela Yuen. Our reporter Andrew Dembina went along for a preview and talked to Angela about her exhibition of kinetic and shadow-making works.
13/10/2017 9:00 pm
Opening and VIP night at Art Next Expo 2017: Tour & interviews with local and emerging artists
24 March 2016
TVB Pearl Channel 3 - Programme : Dolce Vita 9pm
明珠台 <港生活．港享受> 晚上9:00
Art Bridge Project managed by Tony Scott, Director of China Art Projects.
Yau Ma Tei is a living time capsule of the old Hong Kong, but a lot of us might not have deep impressions of its cultural scene. Join Andrew and Veronica on their journey to a boutique hotel in Yau Ma Tei to explore local artworks and be inspired by the unique ambience of living artistry.
WIDEWALL: article by Nikola Milosevic - Angela Yuen