Photomics + Ceragraphy
Soil and sunlight have important roles in nature and they are also the main constituents in ceramics and photography. Artists are attracted by the art forms, seduced by the sensory feelings they bring, and their abilities to capture moments and motions effortlessly.
A group of eight students / graduates from the Hong Kong Art School majoring in Ceramics / Photography have set out to explore nature’s many aspects, including the five elements, circulation, equilibrium, life, agriculture, and the knowledge of living; to draw inspirations from nature, appreciate nature, and to develop a functional understanding of nature.
The exhibition has two parts: the first features artworks created by the artists using the medium and skills they are familiar with; while the second showcases artworks that have integrated different media and the two elements of soil and light. Each mixed-media artwork demonstrates a unique perspective of the artist, reflecting and revealing a deep appreciation for and interpretations of nature.
Photomics + Ceragraphy - Exhibition at The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School
Artist: 8 students / graduates from Hong Kong Art School (majoring in Ceramics / Photography): Suzanne Au, Wing Chiu, Coriander Grass, Natalie Lau, Law Waileung, Chantelle Ng, Wong Chung Yan, Yiu Chun Wa
Date: 31/8 - 10/10/2016 (Closed on Sundays and public holidays)
Sunday Party: 11/09/2016 (Sunday); 7pm
Venue: The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School (10/F Hong Kong Arts Centre)
Programme Enquires: 28245383 (Ms Cheung)
Remarks: Free Admission