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Yuk Tsang Ng


Yuk Tsang Ng, a recent graduate of the Master's in Photography program at the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, is an innovative artist focusing on found images, archives, and the materiality of photographs. His works explore the intersection between the digital and physical realms, delving into how the material aspects of photographs shape memory interpretation. Themes such as love, loss, and fragility intricately intertwine in his narratives. Originally from Hong Kong and now based in London, Ng's artistic journey began with an interest in photographic communication in long-distance relationships. This early fascination led him to explore post-photography in the post-internet era, where he developed a unique style by re-photographing fragmented photos, adding depth to his work. Ng's foray into photography was influenced by experiences in a challenging long-distance relationship, shaping his artistic approach. He sees himself as a painter, using fragmented photos as brushstrokes to create his art, inspired by renowned artists such as Wolfgang Tillmans and Gerhard Richter.

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