An on-going balance of insecurity《平衡不安進行中》
An on-going balance of insecurity
1 December – 22 December 2018
Opening: Saturday, 1 December 2018, 4-7 pm
EXIT, 3/F, 25 Hing Wo Street, Tin Wan, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
Hours: Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
Gallery EXIT is proud to present "An on-going balance of insecurity", an exhibition of three young local artists. The exhibition will open on 1 December 2018 and remain on view through 22 December 2018.
Cindy IEONG Wing Lam
Depicting objects with unusual scale and light sources, IEONG paints a dreamlike scene based on her own collection of images and fragments of life. The fluidity of picture is her main focus in painting. To present an "in progress" state, she builds a concealed directional relationship between objects through the misplacement and juxtaposition of indoor and outdoor space, void and solid, thereby creating a space for the viewers to imagine beyond the picture.
Tobe KAN Kiu Sin
KAN is obsessed with psychoanalysis, to study her own state, explore and retrospect to the causality. Her work explores autobiographical experience and mental states. The focus of her practice examines the human condition of insecurity in relation to disease, stereotyping, feelings of detachment, alienation or being forgotten. She experiments with painting, drawing and installation.
LAU Yin Yeung
LAU pursues a balanced self - he assimilates the concept of yin and yang into his painting, in “Tao Te Ching: all things submit to yin and embrace yang in order to soften their energy” is meant to achieve the state of harmony. He therefore mixes elements of the nature with a few man-built structures to create a sense of balance in his paintings.
地點：安全口畫廊 香港 香港仔 田灣 興和街25號大生工業大廈 3樓