Into the woods

By Chitralekha Basu | HK EDITION | Updated: 2022-09-09 16:56
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The Breathing with Trees show at Tai Kwun is aimed at sharing information and ideas about caring for our green resources. Pieces featured include an LED digital installation plus VR experience by Marshmallow Laser Feast. [PHOTO PROVIDED TO CHINA DAILY]

A selection of Zheng's sketches from that day are included in Breathing with Trees, now on at Tai Kwun. The exhibition invites audiences to take a moment to engage with nature, providing both nature-inspired art and practical tools to aid the process.

The exhibits cover quite a range. A sculpture by Ng Ka-chun, in which the handles of upright spades morph into recycled branches sourced from trees felled by typhoons, appears next to an illustrated reckoner of measures adopted to prevent poaching of incense wood in Hong Kong — "An incense tree is worth twice its weight in gold," reveals the exhibition's curator, Kwok Ying.

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