Compression by Desmond Lo, is featured at the ‘Lost And Found’ exhibition, that pays homage to Hong Kong’s neon-lit cityscape. Photo: Shout Contemporary/Desmond Lo
Compression by Desmond Lo, is featured at the ‘Lost And Found’ exhibition, that pays homage to Hong Kong’s neon-lit cityscape. Photo: Shout Contemporary/Desmond Lo
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Covid-19 isolation the catalyst for Hong Kong digital artist’s cyberpunk ode to city’s neon signs and streetscapes, featured in new exhibition

  • 3D artist Desmond Lo’s vivid, otherworldly images in exhibition ‘Lost and Found’ are inspired by Hong Kong’s cityscape, with a focus on neon and skyscrapers
  • The pieces were fuelled by the ‘suffocating’ reality of the coronavirus pandemic, Lo says. A Hong Kong neon artist’s works also feature

Compression by Desmond Lo, is featured at the ‘Lost And Found’ exhibition, that pays homage to Hong Kong’s neon-lit cityscape. Photo: Shout Contemporary/Desmond Lo
Compression by Desmond Lo, is featured at the ‘Lost And Found’ exhibition, that pays homage to Hong Kong’s neon-lit cityscape. Photo: Shout Contemporary/Desmond Lo
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