This Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) Programme was co-presented by the RMIT University and the Hong Kong Art School, and the Graduation Exhibition “Sometimes Irrelevant” featured art works of 40 graduating students this year. Through different mediums such as painting, photography and mixed media, they did not only embody their thoughts and feelings in their works, but also acquired a deeper understanding of the world and themselves.
Artwork is an examination of life. Artists consider trivial things in life as important inspirations and they can hardly be insensible or unsympathetic in this regard. With keen sensitivity and unique skills, they integrate the neutral scenarios of life into their perception and attitude towards the society in order to unite emotion experience and logical cognition. In the law, although ‘Obiter dictum’ is not essential to the decision, the implied opinions are crucial in making subsequent judgments. Other judges may later take it as a reference for decision-making, thus it is still a convincing judgment. It is as if artists retrospect minor things in life, and create artworks that emotionally connect them with their viewers.
The exhibited worked are the graduates’ profound rational and emotional reflection of daily surroundings. We were honoured to invite audience to experience their pursuit of art creation, the pure love of reflecting life by art, as well as to discover and unveil the ‘sometimes irrelevant’ beauties in life.
Sometimes Irreleveant – Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) Graduation Exhibition 2018
Exhibition Period: 07-22/07/2018
Time : 10am – 8pm
Venue: Pao Galleries, 4-5/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, HK
6/7 (Fri) 6:30pm – 8pm @ Pao Galleries