Kacey Wong's experimental art project investigates the relationship between men, their social and political environment, and living space. He uses diverse methodologies including sculpture, installation, photography, performance, and social interventions. Wong’s recent work combines art creation with social activism pushing the boundary of protest art, bringing positive transformation and innovation to society. He left Hong Kong in 2021 and now under self-exile in Taiwan.
Wong's permanent outdoor sculptures dedicated to Yeung Ku-wan and in memory of the “Four Great Outlaws” are installed along Dr Sun Yat-sen Historical Trail. He was the recipient of Best Artist Award in 2010, Rising Artist Award and Outstanding Arts Education Award given by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council in 2003. Hong Kong Public Museums and private collectors have collected his mobile home tricycle project “Wandering Home”, “Drift City” photo series and also “Sleepwalker” mobile bunkbed. His floating house “Paddling Home”, sailed once on Victoria Harbour, was the star feature in 2010’s Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism \ Architecture exhibition and was part of the M+ Museum permanent collection.