Exhibition at The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School – PROCESSING: on Mind-mapping

Venue: The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School (10/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre) 
Date: 2019.03.23 - 2019.05.31
Time: 10:00am - 8:00pm 

PROCESSING : on Mind-mapping

The process of idea development for an artist may not be bounded by just thinking and thoughts; it can be progressed through diverse methods such as reading, sketching, discussing, researching, analyzing as well as experimenting. The process leads to findings that are with complexity, purity, or intimacy and they develop to become some visual notes of the artist. These notes act as tangible memories and can be recalled or even shared with the others when necessary. 

At this stage of mind-mapping and notes-making, the artists owns absolute freedom on the mediums, styles and methodology, they can work as true to themselves as they wish for the exploration without any psychological burden.  Visual notes may be light and minor to some audiences, but they are vital to the artists.

This exhibition, organized by Hong Kong Art School, serves as a common platform for eight young artists to present their intermediate creative works which are derived from their tangible memories and thinking processes.  Through the exhibition, audiences see tangible thinking processes with openness and uniqueness, and the interested subject matters of the artists.  As for whether you as an audience can predict where and how far the artists can go from this stage? This is left to your imagination. 

Exhibition Period: 
23 March – 31 May 2019, 10:00am – 8:00pm
 (Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays)

Opening Reception:   22 March; 7pm
Venue: The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School (10/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre)

Participating Artists are students and alumni from our Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) programme:

CHING Yuen Hang

LAU Sze Yin

LAU Yuen Ting Rita

LI Ning Fung

LUI Tsz Hei

PONG Chung Hang Ivana

WONG Man Ching Maggie


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