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Amber Ng is a Hong Kong artist whose multimedia practice spans mediums of sculpture, glass, drawing and digital media. Ng graduated from the Hong Kong Baptist University with a Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts) in 2021. 

Ng's research-based practice is rooted in her interest in integrating artistic forms with technological and industrial processes. Her recent works explore the nature of playgrounds in an attempt to capture and study the ephemeral act of play, resulting in hand welded steel sculptures moulded after imagery generated by motion capture technology. Her commitment to the study of the sculptural form continues in a recent expansion into the field of public installation, furthering her research on interactions between children and the environmental characteristics of playgrounds. 

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