Margaret Chu graduated in Fine Arts at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. She works in cultural and creative fields including graphic design and art administration. In recent years, she works as a freelancer and experiences broader scope such as arts education, and was inspired by students with unlimited imagination. Recently she immerses herself in painting and sculpture. She specializes in using environmentally friendly materials to produce large paper art animal sculpture, combining fairytale imagination and social reality to explore all kinds of dreams that human beings pursue.
The artwork uses vibrant motion of two ribbons to symbolize the dancers. Dancing is a silent communication. They are heaving and falling with well-matched coordination in equal exchange, sometimes gentle sometimes passionate. By relying on each other, the pair expresses noble sentiments and personal cultivation through dancing. The movement shows a virtue of mutual trust and respect in genuine equality. The dancers know how to respect their partners and therefore win the respect of others.
1) Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic
2) Stainless Steel
660mm (L) X 660mm (W) X 900mm (H)