Artist Ng Ka Ho has learnt throwing since Secondary School. In his BA degree, he received a professional art training at Academy of Visual arts in Baptist university, in which he gained an opportunity gone to Japan for ceramics exchange. Afterwards , he finished his master degree of mixed media (Ceramics) in Kyoto. Since then, he has obtained the art training and gathered experience through internships for many years. Eventually, he is more familiar with the historic views and ceramics techniques. Those periods of solitude lay a foundation for him to explore his early direction in art practice.Ka Ho thinks the essence of ceramics is to create space . From his graduation work ‘Fifteenth Night – The Imagination of Moon ‘, he extends the realm of installation to create space not only as containers. A series of signature artworks such as ‘Imperceptible realm’ are produced using black clay and throwing with varied sizes of holes on the surface, lights can pierce through the holes, reflecting the remaining water inside it. The functionality of the things itself is dissected so as to encourage imagination from audience. As a young ceramics artist, Ka Ho doesn’t want to be confined in single way of presentation . He strives to be innovative in many of his practice.