Lam Tze Sheung

I don’t think I would have been directly involved in the arts had I stayed in my native Hong Kong. Adjusting to a foreign culture has been a learning experience on many different levels. In some ways, it has involved a transformation not unlike one experiences while passing from childhood to maturity. When I was moving to the United States everything was new. I was the outsider. I became more a watcher and less a judge. I think that my art reflects the transformation I have undergone from the passive state of watching to the more active position of seeing. I do not attempt to pass judgment with my art or make a psychological statement. It is just something that I do, something I enjoy doing. In the best moment, it feels right.