Archive of aloneness
An Archive of aloneness is an accumulation of one's activities.
Life-changing is very subtle and happens every day. I act independently like self-training but still have linkages with others. My work shows hidden relationships between personal habits, relatives, friends, and strangers. It links people, events, and memories.
Alone! Still good!
The archive of aloneness records
the moment from noisy to quiet.
We all walk together is good.
Only three? Good.
Only two? Also good.
Even alone is good as one is finally
at peace and totally free.
About the Artists:
TSE Lok-lun, currently the convener of “Artlocal” and a member of “Mere Independent Artists”, graduated from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT University) with a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) degree (majoring in Painting). Tse’s works meditate on circularity and the body’s response to it. He specialises in expressing ideas in various media, including video, photography, and installation. He has participated in and curated numerous exhibitions in Hong Kong. Between 2010 and 2012, he organised three solo exhibitions with a grant from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.
YUEN Yuen-ho graduated from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT University) with a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) degree. She has been participating in numerous exhibitions, including her solo exhibitions “continuation” and “saving work against hunger”. She was a Chinese contributing editor for “White Text”, a publication published by the Hong Kong Art School. She is now a member of “Artlocal”, a local artist group. Her recent works explore the continuation of tradition, heaven, ground, and people by means of timber support.
Archive of aloneness - Exhibition at The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School in November
Artist: Alumni from Hong Kong Art School’s Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) programme: TSE Lok Lun and YUEN Yuen Ho
Date: 5 - 25/11/2016 (Closed on Sundays and public holidays)
Opening: 5/11/2016 (Saturday); 3 – 5pm
Venue: The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School (10/F Hong Kong Arts Centre)
Programme Enquires: 28245383 (Ms Cheung)
Remarks: Free Admission
*The programme is co-presented by Hong Kong Art School and Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT)