Hong Kong . China
Eric Ng graduated from the Australia RMIT, University, majoring in Fine Arts. Since February 2011. Since then, Eric has been invited by various institutions to perform improvisational painting art performances in Hong Kong, Macau, China, Canada including HK Government Stadium, AsiaWorld-Expo, Noah's Ark, Queen Elizabeth Stadium, Elements, HK Jockey Club and HK City Hall. He held and participated in more than 20 art exhibitions, and as a representative of Hong Kong artists to participate in The Clubhouse International Artists Exhibition in 2019.
吳運忠畢業於澳洲墨爾本理工純藝術學士。吳氏於 2011年 2月起開始獲不同機構邀請於香港、澳門、中國各地、加拿大等地方作即興繪畫藝術表演，多年來於香港各公眾場地，如香港政府大球場、亞洲國際博覽館、挪亞方舟、伊利沙伯體育館、圓方、香港賽馬會及香港大會堂等進行現場藝術演出。2012 年 7月於中環 Pubart Gallery 舉行首個主題內容富香港本土文化特色個人畫展 [凝動之間]，2013 及 2014 年獲意大利佛羅倫斯 Zoe 邀請參予畫展。及至 2019 年止吳氏舉辦及參予之畫展多達 20 多個，其中包括 2012 年亞洲當代藝術展、2013 年港島香格里拉 Bank art Fair ， 2014 年灣仔會議展覽中心 Affordable Art Fair 及 2019年作為香港藝術家代表參與 The Clubhouse 國際藝術家聯展。
London . UK
A testament to his talent and popularity, the artist’s credits include a sold-‐out exhibition in London, successful solo shows, and numerous group shows in Hong Kong. Szabotage originals have also been exhibited at The Asia Contemporary Art Fair and the Affordable Art Fair in Hong Kong. Commission clients include Louis Vuitton, Jaeger LeCoultre, Deutsche Bank, H Developments, The Ritz Carlton, Pret Manger among other brands and establishments.
Szabotage has painted for the HKwalls street art festival and was a finalist in the global art battle series 'Secret Walls,' where he became notorious for his old-‐school graffiti style and onstage antics. These antics debuted on the TEDx stage in 2017 with his talk ‘Resilience is the Ultimate High’
As well as being known for his street art and studio works, Szabotage explores art from a new perspective through a variety of spaces, including floors, interiors, cars, motorbikes, sculptures, and buildings. Szabotage challenges typical canvas limitations, through upcycling and recycling and has created pieces using deconstructed metal cans and wood, sculptures from the tops and bottoms of aerosol cans, and constructed frames made from tin.