Ho Siu-kee: Body Gesture (Part Two) is your first solo exhibition in three years. How is it a progression from your previous works along the same theme? Visual artist and academic head of Hong Kong Arts School Ho Siu-kee: 'This show includes both old and new works. Among the new works are miniature bronze castings based on figurines made in clay, something that I seldom made before. 'But over the past three years I've developed an interest in clay as a medium. I discovered this material when I was working on another project last year that involved making bricks out of clay. I followed a traditional Chinese method from an old manual known as Tien Gong Kai Wu. It tells you where to find the clay and how deep you have to dig to get the clay you need. 'When I was exploring clay as a medium to create art, I also realised the relationship between the human body and the artwork in the process. In the past, my works tended to be more conceptual and some featured my own body. These days, the pieces are more tangible and I choose to use clay figurines to represent my body. 'The relationship between clay and the human body is also evident when I use my hands to mould the clay, sensing the texture as I create the figurines.'