Project ‘Genome’ is an exploration of the effects of global warming and climate change with a particular focus on the possibility of outbreak and pandemic in the future. Starting from a dystopian point of view, this project is a response to a possible problem that a mega pandemic causes in relation to human interactions, urban landscapes and conservation of the human race.
Neil Chong Leung, Flesh & Bones
Flesh & Bones is a conceptual framework aimed towards material experimentation. The idea was inspired by the human body and its structure, focusing on the relationship between the flesh and the bone.
Fluidity/Flexibility vs Rigidity/Strength
The relationship between these two concepts has been explored for this project, within the manufacturing limitations imposed by CNC techniques for wood and casting
Neil Chong Leung, Reclaim It
“Reclaim It” is a project aimed at redistributing power to women in regards to their sexuality. The product consists of a DIY kit that enables the user to take control of her object of pleasure.
Neil Chong Leung, ScarPecci: Rise of the Sneaker
Culturescape 2018 by Vince Dzekian
ScarPecci is an event created to increase the value of the Centro Pecci in Prato, Italy.
This project uses artefacts of popular culture of the 21st Century to increase engagement of the community of Prato. It explores the rise of the Sneaker from a purely utilitarian purpose to something of greater meaning.
Neil Chong Leung, Forms of consciousness
Forms of Consciousness is a conceptual form-finding exploratory project based on the idea of introspection.
The result, a form obtained from generative design methodologies, is the abstract representation of consciousness. The form is meant to be interacted with; held, looked at and looked through.
A uniform exterior body, when examined in an introspective way, gives rise to a complex network of structures, each providing support to the exterior appearance of the form.
Neil Chong Leung, Lien
“Lien" is a site specific installation, placed in September 2018 in the MUMA garden at Monash University Caulfield campus.
It explores the idea of a possible conversation, dialogue or exchange between objects in space. A communication spectrum represented by this multi layered form informs the viewer of intangible and mystical relationships between inanimate objects.