「點樣閂一隻窗?」| “How to Close a Window”

Charbon art space 呈獻本地藝術家陳泳因的個人展覽,名為「點樣閂一 隻窗?」。展覽將展出一系列相片和短片,以及用不同物料人手製作的多媒體裝置品,包括乾花、瓷磚塊、鞋帶等,藉以重新拼砌過去的回憶和抒發藝術家對已故父親的情懷,希望把以往的日常家庭生活及精華重新呈現。

陳泳因出生於香港,大學時期主修視覺傳意,其後修讀攝影,曾在中國、南韓、澳門、美 國、英國等舉行展覽,另在香港也經常參展,例如 Affordable Art Fair、ArtisTree、Para Site、 獨立畫廊等。

Charbon art space 畫廊創立人 Lalie Choffel 說道:「回憶是脆弱的,但同時有強烈的特性,需要取得適當的平衡點,陳泳因希望前來看展覽的藝術愛好者能參觀後,細心思考和解讀過去甚至已經十分遙距的個人往事。」

CHARBON art space is pleased to announce an upcoming exhibition presenting the latest multimedia works of Hong Kong artist Doreen Chan. This solo exhibition named “How To Close A Window” draws its roots from the artist’s fond remembrances of her late beloved father and fragmented memory of family daily life. Chan recreates fragments of her past in the forms of photographs, video and installations, applying mediums including dry flowers, tiles, shoelaces and photos.

“The exhibition is less a testimony of her personal emotions than an open door on one’s own memory as well as a universal thinking about traces and reinterpretation”, says Lalie Choffel, founder of Charbon art space. The artist attempts to refresh the memory of her late father and to get closer to the very essence of remembrance of its cerebral and physical concept. “The fragile balance between intimacy and universality – between strength and subtlety – leads the visitors into a state of vivid awakening, creating the possibility for some gragments of our own past or distant memory to come out, and an opportunity to analyse it”, says Choffel.

Date:

2018.6.14- 2018.6.27

Time:

13:00 – 19:00 (Tuesday to Saturday)

Closed on Monday and Public Holidays

Venue:

香港仔黃竹坑道 44 號盛德工業大廈 8 樓

8/F, 44 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Free Admission

Source: Charbon art space

 

 

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