was born in Hong Kong, China in 1981. I came
to UK in 2001 to pursuit my dream to be an architect.
During my professional trainings at the University
of Brighton and the University College of London,
like many architecture students, my art works
were inspired and influenced by the way how
architects draw and interpret lines. In my first
degree, I particularly chose to look at how
people interpret Daniel Libeskind's drawings,
Micromega and Chamberworks, in my dissertation.
This study put me in a position to ask questions
and explore what spectators interpret and imagine
from underfined lines. It also gave me a lot
of opportunities to discuss and learn from academic
professors and historian.