Tommy Pau, Swimming at Tamwoy Wharf
Linocut printed in black ink from one block
Edition of 10, 2013
Paper size: 565 x 760mm
Printed by Elizabeth Hunter
Artwork story: Tamwoy wharf is an historical wharf for quarantine patient in the past. It was a place where we would learn correct hook, line weigh, how to fish for bigger fish and wake up early, to catch the bite. The wharf was a place where we would fish in the morning and there would be fish, sardines, squids and sharks running around chasing each other, and the bite stops we would swim in the same water where a while ago was swarming with sharks.