The word “Ceramic” can be traced back to the Greek term κέραμος (keramos), which means “a potter” or “pottery”. It is related to an older Sanskrit root, which means “to burn”. Thus, the early Greeks used the term to describe “burned stuff” or “fired earth”.
What does “Ceramic” mean now?
9 alumni (Major in Ceramics) from different backgrounds and cohorts attempt to reexamine this question in a contradictory way and use “unfired” clay to express their own ideas in this “Unceramic” exhibition.
What role does unfired clay play in the so-called “contemporary ceramic art”?
Exhibition Period : 5 June – 29 July 2020
Time : 11am – 8pm (Closed on Sundays & Public Holidays)
Venue : The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School, 10/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre
Participating Alumni : Joan CHAN x Changmin HYUN | Ray CHAN | Scott CHAN | Shadow CHOW | Zoe COUGHLAN | Emily LUK | Geoffrey PALMER | Ann WONG | YIU Chun Wa
Curated by : Ray CHAN
Exhibition Details: http://www.hkas.edu.hk/events/unceramic/