Kitty Ng is a painter born and raised in Hong Kong.
Currently, her practice is an exploration into the unfinished painting through a contemporary interpretation of the traditional Chinese technique, 留白 (liu bai), which directly translates to leaving white. She aims to unearth a new language that allows her to fully express her feelings tied with tender memories. Seeking inspiration from images of herself with loved ones, her work mainly focuses on human interaction, relationships with self and loved ones, and cultural identity.
She is a recent graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in Painting. Her solo and duo exhibitions include The Record, the Double, and the Singular at WOAW Gallery in Hong Kong (2023), If We Were Together at Yard Gallery in Shanghai, China (2021) and To Build a Playground of Intimacy at Unitled Space in Shanghai, China (2021). She is currently based in Hong Kong.
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