Concrete towers of old technology, and creepy pink orbs – a new installation by Hong Kong artist Andrew Luk examines the human impact on the environment. Photo: James Wendlinger Concrete towers of old technology, and creepy pink orbs – a new installation by Hong Kong artist Andrew Luk examines the human impact on the environment. Photo: James Wendlinger
Concrete towers of old technology, and creepy pink orbs – a new installation by Hong Kong artist Andrew Luk examines the human impact on the environment. Photo: James Wendlinger

‘We’re in the post-apocalypse now’: artist creates a deformed world filled with expired Nokia phones and Game Boys

  • Andrew Luk likes to change materials – he likens it to alchemy. For his latest installation, he used paint thinner to make holes in insulation foam
  • The American-born Hong Kong artist says he does not see art as meditative or therapeutic – it has to be challenging and push past being comfortable

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Concrete towers of old technology, and creepy pink orbs – a new installation by Hong Kong artist Andrew Luk examines the human impact on the environment. Photo: James Wendlinger Concrete towers of old technology, and creepy pink orbs – a new installation by Hong Kong artist Andrew Luk examines the human impact on the environment. Photo: James Wendlinger
Concrete towers of old technology, and creepy pink orbs – a new installation by Hong Kong artist Andrew Luk examines the human impact on the environment. Photo: James Wendlinger
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