29th Interim Exhibition " When nothing is sure everything is possible"

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29th Interim Exhibition " When nothing is sure everything is possible"

30 Maple Street
London W1T 6HA
United Kingdom
January 9th, 2014 - January 19th, 2014
Opening: January 9th, 2014 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

fitzrovia, bloomsbury
+44(0)207 436 9717
12- 6 pm

Hanmi Gallery is pleased to announce its 29TH interim exhibition “When Nothing Is Sure, Everything Is Possible” by four
international artists. Jingjing Shen, Shadow (Xiaoxue) Tian, Youngju Oh and Yinan Zhang, they are a group of students
currently studying at the Royal College of Art. They are interested in exploring new forms of communication, working in
various media.
The exhibition title "When nothing is sure, everything is possible" is taken from
The Middle Ground
, by English author
Margaret Drabble. To the young artist, ‘
When nothing is sure’
portrays the uncertain and fearful moments they are
constantly faced with in the process of creation. A conflict between whether to stay in the uncertain moment, or decide to
stop, lasts until complete and tangible visual shapes emerge into reality from artistic inspiration and ideas. However, the
four artists exhibiting say this is the moment in which
‘Everything is possible’
. They relish every moment, absorbing
themselves to find a new visual language, the meaning behind it, and concept as art, believing in the potential of this
uncertainty. This exhibition will show not only their various processes of experimentation, but also give motivation to
rethink new meanings in the process of creating art.
Jingjing Shen
is interested in producing
new visual experience and new form of communication and interaction.
Considering the latest achievements of contemporary science and technology, she concentrates on the expansion of the
human wealth of aesthetic experience.
She is currently studying at Royal College of Art, and she obtained her BA at
Glasgow School of Art.
Shadow (Xiaoxue) Tian
is a quiet creator. She is engaged with ideas
around ‘memory and space’,
it seems to resonate
as a thread throughout her work produced.
Her work is not only subtle in its presentation, but also embodies a deeper
understanding of the subject(s), in which she has chosen to engage.
What she does bring, is a willingness to be
experimental, to try new things and approaches that sit slightly outside her comfort zone.
Youngju Oh
explores the process of visual changes generated by the fluid movement and interactive relationship of
materials over time. Her work
Waves Painting
The Melting Point
show this process of visual research through her
unusual experiments. She completed a BFA in Communication Design at Hongik University, and she is currently studying
in Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art.
Yinan Zhang
is an artist from China. After completed her BA in printmaking at Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, she
moved to London in 2011. Now she is a second year student at Royal College of Art. She started to use camera one year
ago, in order to achieve her ideas, she is practicing photography, performance, moving image and mixed media. In her
works, she is always concerned about the
existence of herself, the others and the outside world
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