The Great China Club comissioned a piece for its opening. The vase received the visitors in its entering hall. The brief asked western artist for their view on China and Hong Kong. The vase and the use of colors intended to be proximate to traditional work of Chinese porcelain. In detail could be seen a different work; an over loaded production of elements, objects and symbols of consumerism. The blue elements seem to be almost feeling up any space left in its container.
Medium: Acrylic on porcelain
Location: Great China Club, Hong Kong