Surreal porcelain sculptures of contorted faces by Hong Kong-based artist Johnson Tsang. Exhibited at the 2016 Hong Kong Sculpture Biennial, the series were inspired by his dreams and turns the facial structure into something malleable. Tsang's sculptures capture the fluidity of both physical motion and human emotion while challenging us to see the world in a different way.
The idea came from my dreams. For years, I have written down my dreams. I turned some of these strange dreams into ideas. Sometimes, the ideas arose from meditation. As the ideas were not originated from my consciousness. I found this fascinating; after the first one was done, it felt like my dreams came true.+