Visual Arts student Kwok Ka-lok wins the Student Group Champion award in the 10th Hong Kong Lighting Design Competition with his work "LUNA".


視覺藝術院郭家樂同學憑燈飾「LUNA月相」榮獲第十屆香港燈飾設計比賽學生組冠軍。

Date: 28 Apr 2017 (Friday)

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Visual Arts student crowned student group champion in Hong Kong Lighting Design Competition

視覺藝術生奪香港燈飾設計比賽學生組冠軍

Academy of Visual Arts student Kwok Ka-lok won the Student Group Champion award in the 10th Hong Kong Lighting Design Competition recently. His work LUNA features electroluminescent wires arranged in a blossom-like pattern framing a hollow circle that symbolises the moon. The design is meant to reflect how moonlight does not come from the moon itself.

Ka-lok said, “The most difficult part of the work was visualising my concept. I hand made the textured spray paint frames and embeded all the wires.” Through the shape of the moon, Ka-lok hopes the work can convey one’s feelings by the visible and invisible light.

視覺藝術院郭家樂同學早前榮獲第十屆香港燈飾設計比賽學生組冠軍。家樂的燈飾作品「LUNA月相」,以經過精密計算的燈條,編織成明月高掛天上的抽象意境。

家樂說﹕「整個設計的難度是如何將概念視覺化。框架是我手造的,過程中試過不同噴油效果,希望改變木框的質感,同時隱藏所有電線。」家樂希望作品以看見與看不見的光讓人藉著月亮寄情。