Angki Purbandono : "Invisible Cities: Hong Kong"

A rhinoceros squeezed inside an opened shiny tin food-can; a rubberized blond doll in blue bikini fending off a bunch of cheeky, fishy intruders; a pack of toy pandas foraging for food in a forest of bamboo fungus - these describe a few of the curious and striking imageries that were created during Art Projects Gallery’s inaugural artist-in-residence program, titled “Invisible Cities: Hong Kong”, by Indonesian artist, Angki Purbandono, after spending a month in Hong Kong in the Autumn of 2012.
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