Ng Ka Ho was born in Hong Kong in 1990. He graduated from Hong Kong Baptist University, with a Bachelor degree of Visual Arts in 2014. And subsequently with an MA in mixed media from Kyoto University of Arts and Design in 2017. His work is in collections including Hong Kong Baptist University, Kenninji Temple-Ryosokuin Kyoto, galleries and private collections. Ka Ho participated in the Korean International Ceramics Biennale in 2019; he is currently based in Hong Kong and exhibits regularly in Hong Kong and Japan.

He says of his practice:

“I am influenced by Laozi’s Daodejing, who attests that the main essence of ceramics art is creating space. I use throwing as a technique to create the space, to record the bodily movement of the artist. Time is recorded through the piercing action I employ to make marks in the surface of the clay and the results allow daylight, weather, light and water to pass through the wall of the objects, creating transient shadows and reflections.”