28: Li Ho Fook

I use the vibrant colors and gradients found in traditional Chinese art and my passion for digital technology. I use colorful gradients as a central element in my print work.

I am particularly interested in exploring the relationship between tradition and innovation, and I use my art to comment on the ways in which the past and present intersect. My work is also inspired by the potential of new technologies to create new forms of artistic expression and to challenge traditional notions of art and perception.

In my practice, I often use a combination of traditional Chinese art techniques and new media technologies such as digital imaging, programming, and generative algorithms to create pieces that are both visually striking and conceptually engaging. I use colorful gradients as a way to explore the beauty and complexity of the natural world, and as a way to express my cultural heritage. I am also a fan of the musician Warren Zevon and old horror movies.