Yiu Chun Wa graduated from the BAFA Program in 2016 that is jointly presented by Hong Kong Art School and RMIT University. He majored in Ceramics. The art shows elements and characteristics of local earth and discarded clay. The mixture of soil and clay creates a new life.
Malaysia’s culture draws from the varied cultures of their different people. The many ethnicities in Malaysia have their own unique and distinctive cultural identities. But there is also some crossover. Anniketyni Madian‘s sculpture represents the marriage of [Read more…]
Serim Lee’s art work indicates a contradiction in Korean society. In her experience the general public is not too concerned about social issues. The materials used in the art work such as fiber glass, tiles, [Read more…]
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