Zhuang' Hong-yi's well-known and highly collected Flowerbed works are crafted from delicate pieces of painted rice paper, which he has bent and folded into hundreds of tiny buds that subtly shift colours as you move your body and eyes from one side of the work to the other. The flowerbeds are composed of painstakingly folded rice paper flowers and a mixture of pigment, oil and acrylic paints that appear to bloom from the walls. The sculptural three-dimensionality of his densely-planted canvases read as both objects and paintings.