TBSSS Board Member and sculptor Tony Wong Hee’s latest exhibition…

It’s a small world,  Tony Wong Hee 
mu studio gallery
7 March – 28 March

Be sure to make a trip to the Headland Park Artist Precinct this March to check out TBSSS Baord Member and sculptor Tony Wong Hee’s latest exhibition. The show features a series of assemblages inspired by favelas, Middle Eastern villages and other organic human habitats. Have a read of Tony’s artist statement to learn more:

“Each of us lives in our own personal world. That world expands as we gather ourselves into families – small groups that then grow upwards and outwards in an organic process that never stops. Think of human habitats climbing up hillsides in Brazilian favelas, spreading across the stony ground of Iran, in Tibetan hill-towns or on the backstreets of Hanoi.

I had a desire to start constructing these ‘small worlds’ from fragments of earlier assemblages and other studio material without a predetermined outcome. Nothing would be wasted or discarded. Each small piece of wood, cardboard, paper or tin had its own importance. I saw these houses and other structures as a random set of shapes that then gravitated towards each other to create an organic structure. The resulting assemblage sculptures have their own unique life and personality.”

For further information and images, visit the mu studio gallery website.

It’s a small world, Tony Wong Hee
mu studio gallery
7 March – 28 March
Headland Park Artist Precinct: 8/1100a Middle Head Rd, Mosman, NSW 2088

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