The artist will be producing a project specifically for the exhibtion in August.
Andrew Luk is a Hong Kong artist whose material-based practice of creating installations, sculptures, and images investigates how civilization regards itself in relation to nature by way of examining human projects as well as studying naturally occurring systems of entropy, anti-entropy, and preservation. Time, in regards to history, memory, and experience, is utilized as a medium; selectively enhancing and detracting value by reconfiguring both fictional and factual material histories and composing arrangements that mitigate the difference between the man-made and the naturally occurring. The aim is to draw connections between entities and discover new narratives.