Stacey Chan


Stacey CHAN Lok Heng (b.1995, Australia) receives her BA from the Academy of Visual Arts at Hong Kong Baptist University in 2017. Chan’s practice often involves conceptual process and uses everyday objects such as pharmaceuticals as medium. Her drawing, sculpture and installation works present the visual form of emptiness and nothingness in creating the psychological dialogue between viewers and objects.
Long Been Covered (2018)
13 x 4.5 x 19.5cm
all positive words erased from dictionary

Our society’s elimination of negativity has brought to an extreme in which all negative emotions and behaviours are labelled as an abnormality to be isolated or eliminated from the society. Through erasing all positive words from a dictionary, I present the emotions that had long been hidden in our deepest selves.

An Absolute Positivity (2018)
Eraser shavings
Ø 1.5cm
A formation of eraser shavings by erasing positive words from a dictionary

A sphere is formed by eraser shavings collected from erasing all positive words from a dictionary. This process responds to the society pursue of absolute positivity and the elimination of all negativity in their ownselves and the society.