L U C I D D R E A M I I - H E R E A N D T H E R E
Where I found "inspirations" in is "in my spirit". The only way to reach the spiritual state of mind is to be in silence, especially when there are no intervention of thoughts. This is easy for me, for I love being in solitude. I meditate everyday and I become extremely absorbed when molding clay. As a result, I am often connected with my inner and spiritual world. In this world, there are no time, distance, boundaries, conditioning, races and it is a pure Imagine Nation. I can see the mind floating in the air, which seen to be unseen in the physical world. I can capture them only by raising my hand, and make these concepts into concrete sculpture like a wizard making miracles out of nothing.
L U C I D D R E A M I I - R E M E M B R A N C E
Moreover, in reality, how my works are born is through my hands molding the clay to present their essence, with concept and spirit included. Therefore, I am convinced that the real creator of these works is not me; instead, I am just an executor, or even a mere sculptor.
L U C I D D R E A M I I - U N D E R T H E S K I N
As a consequence, I don't want to make any interpretations on these works. I expect the audience to watch them, feel them and interpret them with their own viewpoints and through their hearts freely, thereby finding out the answer for themselves.
AWARDS & HONORS
2013｜ 8th Cheongju International Craft Biennale
2013｜The 58th Premio Faenza International Competition of Contemporary Ceramic Art
2012｜Taiwan International Ceramics Biennale
2011｜10th International Ceramics Biennale, Manises, Valencia, Spain
2011｜Korea Gyeonggi International Ceramix Biennale 2011 International Competition
2010｜Teaware by Hong Kong Potters Competition
2001｜Philippe Charriol Foundation 16th Annual Art Competition
Beinart Gallery, Australia
2018｜ALONG WITH CLAY - SOLO EXHIBITION
Giant Year Gallery, Hong Kong
2015｜INNER CHILD - SCULPTURES BY JOHNSON TSANG
Museum of Art and Design, Singapore
2013｜LIVING CLAY - SOLO EXHIBITION
Taipei Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan
2008｜IMAGINE - SCULPTURES BY JOHNSON TSANG
Hong Kong Central Library, Hong Kong
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