“Fish” is the only answer we got whenever we ask Yuen-chun what was she painting.
Looking at Yuen-chun’s artwork, how can you tell about her brush stroke, or her feelings during painting?
Yuen-chun’s “fish” somehow looks like heaps of short lines, multidirectional and multicolored. It looks like “fishes” swimming under the sea when they interweave with the white cloth.
The “Beyond Weaving” exhibition will be exploring the various dimensions of weaver MAN Yuen-chun as an artist. With the installation of Saori weaving machines, visitors will be able to experience saori weaving while getting to know the artistic elements of Yuen-chun.
Period of Exhibition： From today to 30th June
i-dArt-Kitty WOO Gallery
Back Shop, G/F, Wing Cheung Mansion, 78 Morrison Hill Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
(+852) 3598 2920
Tue – Sun 12:00pm – 7:30pm
(Closed on Mon and Public Holiday)