" Movement and rhythm inspire my art practice; ballet is a reflection of my process. I think of basic techniques in dance and from these thoughts I create physical abstract forms with paper, yarn and wire, I produce objects based on and influenced by my body movement when engaged in my dancing. The physical objects produced are reflections from my mind. I enjoy experimenting with forms that reflect the often repetition process that dance is based upon. My art works are reflections from my own quiet space – I see my art making process, of tearing and weaving the papers and fabrics as a meditative process."


Filmed in her Hong Kong studio, artist Sandra Chung Nga-shan explains how she converts her personal dance experiences into textural pattern using rice paper .

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