Nov 27Dec 6
MobArt x deTour (II) – “Peaks”

In contemporary, developed societies, people typically start and end life within an impersonal hospital setting. Drawing from the experience of losing mother to cancer, the conceptual pieces by the artist contemplate the tension between the clinical and the human. By manipulating clinical imagery, materia medica and natural elements, the artist hopes to lead viewers to consider the role of human sentiment and dignity within the experience of modern medicine. “Peaks” (2015) refers to the connection people have with others and the emotional variations they encounter in relationships. It also alludes to electrocardiography of the human heart. The salt is a metaphor for humans as the ‘salt of the Earth’; this phrase was initially a biblical reference, but is now used as a common phrase refering to humanity in general.

Artist:

Wun Ting Wendy Tai
Wun Ting Wendy Tai is a mixed-media artist interested in creating temporal, interactive and performative installations. Her works range from quiet, personal introspection to playful, social engagement. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts from University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Fine Arts from Rinehart School of Sculpture, Maryland Institute College of Art. Tai is currently teaching art and continuing her studio practice in Hong Kong.
MobArt
MobArt started as a “mobile” gallery in 2009 curating art exhibitions in public spaces such as restaurants, cafes, hotels, with the aim of elevating people's interest and appreciation for art by making it an integral part of everyday life, which will in turn foster an environment that supports and nurtures creative talents.
After a break from exhibitions, our ambition to bring art into your space and promote art as a lifestyle is unchanged. We have since expanded our community to 100+ artists and repositioned ourselves as the bridge between creative talents and those who value and seek creativity, working collaboratively with private and corporate clients.
www.mobart.net


Unit S212 (2 FL, S Building)

2015/11/27 (Fri) – 2015/12/6 (Sun)
1300-2000