Opening Reception: Friday, June 3, 2016 7:30-9:30pm
Open until Monday June 6, 2016 from 12:00-7:30pm daily
Unit 1110, Paramount building, 12 Ka Yip Street, Chai Wan SOSchaiwan@gmail.com
開幕酒會 | 二零一六年六月三日晚上七時半至九時半
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We are pleased to announce SOS, a group exhibition featuring new works by Pong Tong, Amy Ng, YiJeong Koh, Sophie Cyzewski and Jason Kam. The works exhibited explore issues of value, meditation and monotony, the importance of culture and tradition in a contemporary setting, contradiction, and fiction. The artist’s works are manifested in a wide range of media including but not limited to painting, drawing, photography, spatial interventions and performance.
Pong Tong, Amy Ng, YiJeong Koh, Sophie Cyzewski, and Jason Kam are candidates for the Painting BFA at SCAD Hong Kong.
「SOS」藝術聯展:將展出五位來自不同文化背景的新晉藝術家 Sophie Cyzewski、甘聖韜、唐煒邦 、高而正及吳詠君的作品。五位藝術創作者分別利用繪畫、攝影、空間運用、行為藝術等媒介分享他們對個人 價值、冥想及鄲調、傳統及文化於當代的重要性、矛盾與反差和虛構空間的反思和批判。五位藝術界新力量為 應屆薩凡納藝術設計大學繪畫學士學位課程畢業生,所展出均為其最新創作。
Pong Tong (b. 1994, Hong Kong) is a young Hong Kong based artist who has previously shown work in the Hong Kong Affordable Art Fair 2016 and First Take exhibition at Galerie Perrotin in 2013. Tong, mostly working in painting, reveals the sarcasms and ironies of everyday matters. His paintings aim to reveal the ridiculousness of social and industry behavior.
Amy Ng (b. 1991, Macau) grew up in Hong Kong. Ng recently assisted in the installation of Sundew, an installation for Art Central Hong Kong by artist, Elaine Yan Ling Ng. She has worked with design, drawing, and advertisement at a local game company. Ng’s recent work involves manipulating a range of material through elemental processes. She facilitates sculptural and painted works, which are rooted in Chinese aesthetic tradition.
YiJeong Koh (b. 1991 Korea) has lived in Korea, U.S., China and Hong Kong. She has assisted Elaine Yan Ling Ng in the installation of Sundew for Art Central, and was part of a group who illustrated the world’s largest shoe from Superga. Koh’s work deals with ideas of meditation, repetition and concentration through drawing. She works with ordinary, everyday materials such as stationery to connect her audience to the familiar and the everyday.
Sophie Cyzewski (b. 1994, U.S.) has participated in various group exhibitions in U.S., France and Hong Kong such as Project: Liminal, at Indigo Sky Gallery which was featured in Savannah Art Informer’s Top 10 Art Shows of 2015, Landfall at the Gutstein Gallery, Goodbye-Hello at Non-Fiction Gallery. Cyzewski’s current body of work grapples with the tension between public and private through the use of printed symbols, to convey an internal dialogue in public space.
Jason Kam (b. 1994, Hong Kong) has participated in various group shows in U.S. such as Alexander Ink (Alexander Hall), Design Hope Art Show (St. Andrew Savannah), and Convo Club Art Exposition (Late Church Savannah). He has also been a featured artist in ART-IT presented by Hong Kong Contemporary Art Foundation (HOCA). Kam explores the constructs of making and experiencing art by expanding the use of alternative media, audience interaction and the artistic notion of space and time.