Ling Pui Sze was born in Guangzhou, China in 1989 and moved to Hong Kong in 1997. In 2012, she graduated in Fine Arts (BFA) from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, receiving the Wucius Wong Creative Ink Painting Award at graduation and Honorable Mention for the Liu Kuo-sung Award in 2023.
Ling Pui Sze has created a number of experimental ink and collage series in which she collects images of nature taken by various machines, such as microscopes and satellites. She tore and reassembled the pieces into abstract creatures and landscapes which creates transfigured images that are both familiar and distant. This documents Ling’s interpretation of reality. The works’ texture is created by collaging different types of paper and the digital images’ colours and sizes are constantly adjusted through computer and inkjet printer, Ling creates with an iterative process. The works manifest incidental organic forms, resembling the evolution of life and a reconstruction of another world on the canvas. Together with other media such as sculpture, video and installation, Ling also explores the relationship between biological traits and the development of human society.
Her solo exhibitions included It all begins in the sea (2014) and Life is meant to be messy (2022). Joint exhibitions included Humor in Ink (2021) and Living Paper (2024). Her works were featured in Art Basel – Hong Kong, Art Central, Fine Art Asia and Ink Asia. Her works are collected by M+ Museum for Visual Culture ,the Ashmolean Museum at the University of Oxford and private collectors.
個人展覽包括《一切由海洋開始》(2014) 及《集亂為序》(2022)。曾參與的聯展有《優墨》(2021)、《活紙》(2024)、香港巴塞爾藝術展、Art Central、典亞藝博及水墨藝博等。作品獲 M+ 視覺文化博物館, 英國牛津大學阿什莫林博物館及私人收藏家收藏。