Mok's artistic practice centers on sculpture. This work is one of his mountain series. Mok reproduced the mountain in the medium of sculpture by imitating the form and texture of mountains presented in Chinese paintings. The texture of the mountain resembles the use of axe-cut strokes, following the principles of Chinese painting. This work not only demonstrates the spirit of traditional aesthetics, but also reveals his fondness for Chinese landscape painting.To Mok, this sculpture symbolises the sacred Taoist mountain. It represents his interpretation of the universe and his imagination of an ideal realm.


  • Title: Another mountain (I)
  • Creator: Mok Yat-san
  • Date: 2007
  • Theme: Landscape
  • Physical Dimensions: w63 x h67 x d50 cm
  • Artist Biography: Mok was born in Guangzhou, China and later moved to Hong Kong with his family. Mok graduated from the Department of Fine Arts of The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1993. He obtained a Master of Fine Arts degree at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts (First-Class Honours) in 2004. Mok established the CHIC Studio (Artists' House) and has devoted himself to art creation and art education since 1995. He has worked as an instructor and has taught sculpture and public art at the Department of Fine Arts of The Chinese University of Hong Kong since 2006.Mok's works are widely exhibited in Hong Kong and overseas and he has received many awards, including the "reeman Foundation Fellowship for Asian Artists, U.S.A." (1997) and "The Third Prize (Hong Kong), Olympic Art and Sport Contest 2000", organised by the International Olympic Committee (2000), etc.
  • Type: Cast stainless steel

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