The featured artists, Chan Chun Yin, Chan Tsz Wai Levina, Lai Sze Long Sharon and Lam Pui Fung Spider, are graduates from the School of Creative Media. “422” is the symbol of their combination – four individuals, two males, two females – and expresses their independent observations and thoughts.
Chan Chun Yin uses images of melted landscapes to represent twisted memories resulting from rapid urban changes; Chan Tsz Wai Levina experiments with new methods for film photography to dig out unnoticeable details from daily life; Lai Sze Long Sharon explores unknown possibilities by enlarging aspects of life very often ignored by others; Lam Pui Fung Spider uses the camera as his brush to capture details from nature.
This exhibition is supported by The Julian Lee Asia One Photographic Awards, which were first established in 2014 as the Julian Lee Photographic Scholarships. They are named after the late Mr Julian Lee, former Associate Professor in the SCM at CityU. Asia One Communications Group installed a new fund to the scholarship in 2015, and the scholarship was renamed as the Julian Lee Asia One Photographic Awards. The awards help talented students from School of Creative Media to organise their own photographic exhibitions and showcase their creative work.
Opening Ceremony: 4pm, 2016.09.09
Exhibition Period: 2016.09.09 - 2016.10.01
Opening Hours: 12pm-8pm (Mon-Fri) | 11am-9pm (Weekends & public holidays)
Chan Chun Yin | Chan Tsz Wai Levina | Lai Sze Long Sharon | Lam Pui Fung Spider
Free Admission. Free souvenir postcards and posters will be given out to exhibition visitors, while stock lasts.