Stretched and Contorted Porcelain Face Sculptures by Johnson Tsang

 

Extending the properties of porcelain dirt to the maximum, craftsman Johnson Tsang, distorts the characteristics of his unknown figures into elastic. The clever works transform facial components and body parts, now and again packing the characters of different people into a solitary being. These new pieces from his “Clear Dreams” arrangement were as of late on perspective at the Hong Kong Sculpture Biennial as a major aspect of Art Asia 2016. You can see whatever is left of them here.

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