Liz Mo

the narrative impressions from my works are often inspired by the hidden tension in daily lives

As a visual artist, I see art as a way to overcome my inner fear and a process of self-healing. The narrative impressions from my works are often inspired by the hidden tension in daily lives or imaginative situation that are hinting a subtle danger before it transforms to violence or other disruptive outcome.

In my creation, I like to keep a certain rawness by using ordinary materials such as pencil, charcoals, ink and paper. I found that simple tones such as black and white correspond more to what I want to achieve in my art, and to reflect a stronger visual impact for the audience.

Liz shares these 3 collections of artwork in ubudeco.

“Heaven is a place on Earth”

This series was made during the time my hometown went through a difficult period where smoke and tears became part of the usual. I cropped and enlarged sections from newspaper photographs and combined with the style of paintings in Song dynasty to create a different point of view towards the unusual usual.

“Where should I go?”

Inspired by Eiko Otake, a movement-based interdisciplinary artist, this series represents the uncertainties of the relationship between my spirit and my body/ my home / my city. Each piece reflects on one finger, but each of them carries individual thoughts and characteristics.

Love Affair

Love is fragile. Shall we dance until the day I die?

Artworks of Liz MO

A black and white charcoal painting illustrating smoke and gas by Liz Mo
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Heaven is a place on Earth #1

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I cropped and enlarged sections from newspaper photographs and combined with the style of paintings in Song dynasty to create a different point of view towards the unusual usual.

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Heaven is a place on Earth #2

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I cropped and enlarged sections from newspaper photographs and combined with the style of paintings in Song dynasty to create a different point of view towards the unusual usual.

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A black and white chorcal painting illustrating the smoke and gas by Liz Mo
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Heaven is a place on Earth #3

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I cropped and enlarged sections from newspaper photographs and combined with the style of paintings in Song dynasty to create a different point of view towards the unusual usual.

A black and white charcoal painting illustrating smoke and gas by Liz Mo
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Heaven is a place on Earth #4

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I cropped and enlarged sections from newspaper photographs and combined with the style of paintings in Song dynasty to create a different point of view towards the unusual usual.

A black and white charcoal painting illustrating smoke and gas by Liz Mo
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Heaven is a place on Earth #5

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I cropped and enlarged sections from newspaper photographs and combined with the style of paintings in Song dynasty to create a different point of view towards the unusual usual.

Long Gone, a black and white painting by Liz MO, a Hong Kong artist
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Long Gone

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Love is fragile. Shall we dance until the day I die?

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A black and white charcoal painting illustrating the inner feeling expressed by the hands
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Where should I go? – Amy

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Inspired by Eiko Otake, a movement-based interdisciplinary artist, this series represents the uncertainties of the relationship between my spirit and my body/ my home / my city.

A black and white charcoal painting illustrating the inner feeling expressed by the hands
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Where should I go? – Charles

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Inspired by Eiko Otake, a movement-based interdisciplinary artist, this series represents the uncertainties of the relationship between my spirit and my body/ my home / my city.