Victor Tai Sheung-Shing
Key to the City
Hong Kong’s urban areas provide a setting for many works by local and overseas artists. Victor Tai Sheung-shing’s ‘Key to the City’ is in Tamar Park.
Key to the City by Tai Sheung Shing Victor. Stainless steel with enamel paint. The people are the holders of the key. With it’s 3-tooth structure offering an analogy of the executive, the legislative and the judicial, the key resembles a red flower with green leaves. This key-flower lays down its roots in the city and its blossoming blesses Hong Kong with stability and prosperity.
Once, Tamar site was the most expensive piece of land in Hong Kong. In the past, it was used to host some large scale events and performances. Nowadays, the Tamar Development Project, a new landmark on the waterfront, has been designed based on four concepts: Doors Always Open, Land Always Green, Sky Will Be Blue and People Will Be Connected.