Published March/Apr 2018 issue of ArtAsiaPacific. To read full article, visit the magazine's Digital Library. (Click on the image to scroll through the pages.)
"From afar, one sees a lunar surface: craggy, alluvial and glimmering with extraterrestrial detritus. Up close, the layers begin to shift: we spot the flat, hard plane of metal against an orange, fibrous material, and a glossy smattering of micro-bubbles floating in resin. A light from behind casts gradual tonal variations on the landscape. Yet it’s not a slice of the moon after all, but a self-enclosed scenery created by Hong Kong-based Andrew Luk."