Seriously, I think there are different classes in being silly. In those silly days, a lot of silly things have been done by a gang of silly, turbulent rebels.
Play, instead of fighting, is our way to combat, as we revolt to express our immortal youth. We climb trees and dance atop; we roam in the streets and sing in the night. And then we have a wrestling–without hitting the face– right in front of the Ruins of St. Paul’s...
In darkness, I use the Magnesium light to penetrate into the people, filter through the air, and the light instantly oozes the whole space, its warmth wrapping us all – no one can escape. All these are as if a movie, permanently on.
This is absolutely a high class silly thing.
There are plenty of moments in life for us to enjoy being silly. That is our attitude towards an unfailing youth. Those who do not understand are truly silly billy.
歐陽永鋒 , 一九八四年出於於澳門。自小家庭關係奇特，因此陪養出孤獨 和質疑的反叛個性。高三畢業後離澳，前往台灣就讀昆蟲學系，奔向未知 的大自然。大學期間狂熱照相、胡亂拍片。長期受日本cult片與小說的影 響，其間花費二百元台幣，拍攝實驗短片《屬於染色體紅的突變》（The Mutation），獲「澳門國際電影及錄像展 」的評審團推介獎，以及製作攝 影集《關於女孩的投幣照相機》（About The Girl 's Coin Camera），參 加日本Epson國際百萬影像大賞獲 佳作（Epson Color Imaging Contest 2006）。
大學畢業後不想回澳，然後推甄進入雲林科技大學（NYUST）的視傳研究所 (Department And Graduate School Of Visual Communication Design) 接受學院式的摧殘。二零零九年獨資製作攝影集以及同名影片《腦花》
(Think in Sick),獲得一最佳視覺製作獎。在撰寫畢業論文的期間，偷跑 回來拍攝澳門電影《愛情在城》(Love in The City)。
Ao Ieong Weng Fong was born in Macao in 1984. In his childhood, the weird relationships in his dysfunctional family made him develop a rebellious and distrustful personality, marked by loneliness. Upon completing his high school, Ao Ieong left Macao for Taiwan, where he studied entomology, exploring the unknown insect world. During his university years, he became passionate about photographing and filming, which led him to a shooting spree. At the time he had already been quite influenced by Japanese cult movies and novels. Thus he invested 200 Taiwan dollars on making an experimental short film, The Mutation, which would later won him the Jury's Commendation Award at the Macao International
Film and Video Festival 2008 – Macao Indies. Earlier, he produced an album, entitled The Girl's Coin Camera, which was selected as Work of Excellence at the Epson Color Imaging Contest 2006 in Japan.
After graduation from university, Ao Ieong did not want to return to Macao and through a Recommendation-Selection Admission Program he was admitted to the Department And Graduate School of Visual Communication Design, NYUST-National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, where he majored in image creation and graphic design – receiving, or rather, being tortured by, formal academic training. In 2009, he self-funded the production of an album and a film, both titled Think in Sick, which won an award of Best Visual Production. Later on, while writing his thesis, he briefly fled back to Macao to film Love in The City, a local movie.
In 2011 the artist decided to return to the desolate island of Macao, and has since been trying to make a living by shooting commercials, while exploring the infinity of life and images.Today Ao Ieong enjoys such hobbies as collecting antiques, listening to indie bands, drinking, and, above all, discovering silly and yet happy new things.