鄺 鎮 禧   KONG CHUN HEI

Turn down the pulse

2018.08.11 - 2018.09.30
Crane Gallery | 184, Wufu 4th Road, Kaohsiung


"Turn down the pulse" reveals a restrained practice. Consider the possibility of meddling on the operation and structure of matters. Eliminate the readily available reduction and counteract those adapted waves.

1.Split the wave through the boundary. Terminate the swinging. Provide a specific stride across two monotonous surfaces.

2.Clench the disunited and reflective object. Inspect the flexibility of remaining stagnant.

3.Let the tension become a hollow phrase.

4.Have the divided things be a divided form in hand.

5.Stretch the body as much as possible in an existing framework.
Increase self-weight.

6.Grey is a delusion caused by distance. Black and white never settles.

7.It won't have any result and nor is it for any result. It's only about the act of peeling.

8.Raise the hidden backside to the frontside. The operation is the decoration. It turns into an object that has lost its depth.

9.Always assume it stays outside.

They came from object-oriented considerations. You may dress them up with a mutual hypothesis to make everything become obedient. You can realise their meaning perfectly well from a fixed distance but unable to recall the constitution of a corner.




1. Polarized Zone, 2018
2. Dark Laser III & IV, 2018
3. Stuff XII, 2018
4. Low Processing, 2018
5. Divided, 2018
6. Transparent Square, 2018
7. Stretch, 2018
8. Peeling, 2017
9. Suspended Instruction, 2018
10. External, 2018




Image courtesy of Crane Gallery
Photo credit: Li Jay En