Rapid Prototype of A Figure II by artist Ye-Feng Wang
“Visual Diaries of the Floating World”
Art Projects Gallery presents Ryota Unno’s inaugural solo exhibition in Hong Kong
Opening Reception with artist Ryota Unno
6th Sept 2014, Saturday, 4pm – 6pm
4 – 21st Sept 2014
Open daily 11am – 8pm
Art Projects Gallery
Unit S510, 5/F, Block A, PMQ
35 Aberdeen Street
Central, Hong Kong
Our artist, Ye-Feng Wang was interviewed by Vanessa from South China Morning Post! Get to know more of his works and his creative inspiration from this issue of South China Morning Post’s 48 Hours Magazine and the link below:
i Generation, solo exhibition by Ye-Feng Wang.
Opening reception: 9 August, Saturday, 3-5pm
Exhibition duration: 9 - 24 August
Galaxy-Dynamic Sketch 01 by artist Tang-Wei HSU
Joseph Wong Chak, the successor of “Old Master Q”, artist Tang-Wei’s mentor, was at our gallery to see Tang-Wei’s exhibition!
Opening Reception with artist Ye-Feng Wang
9th Aug 2014, Saturday, 3pm – 5pm
9 – 24th Aug 2014
Art Projects Gallery is delighted and honored to have the opportunity to present New York based Chinese artist Wang Yefeng’s inaugural gallery solo exhibition, titled “iGeneration”.
Prior to this, Yefeng’s cutting edge works have mainly been exhibited only in museums and other prestigious academic venues. These include the Co-prosperity Sphere Culture Center in Chicago, El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, Xuzhou Museum of Art China, The Museum of Luxun Academy of Art (Shenyang, China) and 99 Art Space at Shanghai University.
An innovative artist using the digital media and currently leading the Digital Media Program at Rhode Island College as an Assistant Professor, Wang Yefeng’s works feature virtual worlds and imaginary characters created by the artist to raise issues about the real world that are close to his heart. The “iGeneration” solo exhibition showcases two of his important video installation works, “Well-Disciplined Kids” and “A Figure”.
“Well-disciplined Kids” is a 6-channels video art (also available in limited edition Archival Pigment Print mounted in Diasec) made in MAYA virtual modeling and animation program. The series feature dehumanized “made in China” children, devoid of facial expressions, personalities and emotions. As a way to reinforce his own identity and seeing himself to be one of the children, the artist digitally mapped his own face and applied it as a facial texture onto the child characters. The juxtaposition of the children characters
Thanks Ming Pao Weekly for the two-page spread of our exhibition featuring artist Tang-Wei Hsu, drop-by our gallery today to experience the “strength in numbers” (多的力量)！
Galaxy-Dynamic Sketch by Tang-Wei Hsu