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Artist Focus | Hung Lok man Sara 
June 30, 2020

I have discovered that I am not a calculating person.
I want doing ceramics to be a space for me to rest. 
It’s where I do not need to overthink. 
And where I use less brainpower. 
to finish this set of artworks. 
It can be a mountain.
It can be an island.
It can be ceramics. 
It can be a clutter of broken pieces. 
It is an unreachable space. 
It’s impossible to live an idle life. 
To me it’s far beyond my reach. 
The process of doing this set of artworks reminds me of my childhood playing with Barbie dolls. 

The 20th Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) Graduate Exhibition showcases the selected artworks from 26 graduating students. Through the medium of painting, ceramics, sculpture and installation, their work explores a diverse range of topics including cultural identity, time, memory and socio-political issues. Despite the challenges faced, they have maintained a clear vision and commitment to the pursuit of truth and self-expression in their art-making.

Hong Kong Art School / RMIT University – Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) Graduate Exhibition 2020
Exhibition Period: 5 – 21 July 2020 (Closed on 6 July 2020)
Time : 10am – 8pm
Venue : 4/F – 5/F Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Participating Artists: 26 graduating students from the School’s Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) programme

Please visit the Facebook page of the exhibition for more details.


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