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Elva Lai

Thank you, card (2022)

Elva Lai believes each sensory experience between strangers cultivates “difference in itself” and emphasises the diversity of personal expression. Instead of art appreciation, Lai proposes the true meaning of art comes from a re-creation of art, especially when the creation of art mobilises the audience and explores one’s deep memories. In this exhibition, Lai is inviting visitors to share their comments about encountering, thus leaving a strong impression on one’s day-to-day experience. 

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    June Wong

    Windows (2022)

    June Wong is a Hong Kong visual artist who loves to explore city life through moving images and drawing. Ranging from news images to chats from neighbours, all tiny elements from daily life become the essence of her works. In this exhibition, Wong is presenting her latest depiction of windows as intangible encounters with her inner calmness when contemporary urban life has been filled with various complicated feelings. 

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    Kwing Wing Poon (Water)

    Calming (2008~)

    Strongly in love with nature, Kwing Wing Poon is a well-known artist, photographer and film director with all-rounded talents. To focus on his efforts in painting, he has been emotionally attached to the tranquility and simplicity depicted in Chinese water colour paintings, and has a strong belief to share peacefulness by presenting the natural scenery of mountains and blue titled sea waters in Guilin in this exhibition. 


      Marcos Vidal Font

      Networking Table: Version 2022 (2022)

      Living in Spain, Marcos Vidal Font has a rich international portfolio in organising solo exhibitions in overseas galleries and participating in international art events. He graduated from the San Carlos Faculty of Fine Arts at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, in 1991 with a graphic art speciality. He was an artist-in-residence under the V54 Residence Po Leung Kok Foundation in Hong Kong. Vidal Font loves to experiment with furniture pieces for a critical dialogue by incorporating objects from different origins into a fusion of imaginary space.

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      Mediha Ting

      The Realm of Perception (2009)

      Born in Belgium, and grew up in Hong Kong, Mediha Ting is inspired by the representation of consciousness of repressed memories and the passing of time through the use of fluorescent colors. She graduated from University of the Arts London (former Byam Shaw School of Arts) in 2000. She later earned a Master's Degree in Art Policy and Management at Birkbeck College in London. After 20 years of living and working in the UK, she moved back to Hong Kong in 2012. 


        Wai Kit Lam

        Networking Table: Version 2022 (2022)

        Wai Kit Lam graduated with a Master of Fine Arts from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2003 and a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Goldsmiths, University of London, the United Kingdom, in 1996. She mainly uses photography, video art, sound and installation as her medium of artistic creation. Lam loves to challenge conventional ideas and rethink humans' diverse representation of relationships and identities. In her exhibit, she emphasises the co-existence of vulnerability and intimacy between humans through a combination of moving images, videos and installations. 

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