To promote art and introduce young artists to the public, Hong Kong Art School in collaboration with Youth Square is co-presenting the Artwork Display Scheme “The Art Journey”, which showcases a series of exhibitions including the solo exhibition “Adjusted Eye” by Ip Hoi-wan, to be held this month;
The exhibition is a confrontation with the ubiquitous everyday object─the mirror. Gazing into the artwork, the mirror doesn't reflect a physical image of self. Rather, it projects scenes from the heart, which we all see with a different eye. The eye is a window that connects, but at the same time, disconnects.
We were neutral before we came to life, and we inevitably preceive knowledge through our eyes. However, the way we see is always adjusted with prejudice from the eye of the spirit. Looking at the differences we find in the external world, we must acknowledge our unique individuality, separating the self from the other.
Hong Kong Art School and Youth Square co-present: Artwork Display Scheme “The Art Journey” Exhibition in June - Adjusted Eye
Artist: Ip Hoi-wan (Graduating student from the School's Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) programme, majoring in Painting)
Venue: 6/F Youth Square (238 Chai Wan Road, Chai Wan)
Programme Enquires: 28245383 (Ms Cheung)
Remarks: Free Admission