Caleb Samuel Fung (b. 1994) is a freelance photographer born and based in Hong Kong. He graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts of the Hong Kong Baptist University with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Visual Arts. His works mainly originate from his background and the environment, exploring humanity and the nature of life.
Caleb Fung was one of the winners for the 2018 WMA Open Photo Contest and WMA Space hosted an exhibition of his work in 2019.
Laws of Hong Kong, Cap. 503 Fugitive Offenders Ordinance.
In 2019, the anti-extradition law movement in Hong Kong is awakening. Life is full of hopelessness, anger, hatred, day after day. The lingering news is visually and emotionally overwhelming, and inescapable. I am constantly being at a loss.
With daily houseware, I can gradually reconstruct moments in the movement, with a sense of security.
Part of the images proposes anger and fear. The ordinary is now unrecognisable, breaking off, dehumanising and violent. Yet the light among us is enduring new significances and values.
The Space Museum with laser beam, Hong Kong road, and especially the Lion
Rock, which used to be a twisted symbol of the materialistic Hong Kong spirit
has its new identity. it is heartening to know that materialism is no longer the only totem for Hong Kongers.
Glory to Hong Kong.