What this means depends on people, time and place.
Six Higher Diploma in Fine Art students channelled their day-to-day repressions to the interpretations of the exhibition's theme in support of the Freudian Theory of Sublimation.
To make their works more twisted, these six rookies passed their own idea of "twisted" to the next person came up by drawing lots, in hope of triggering more twisted outcomes from the others as well as a more twisted creative process.
As such, this exhibition showcases three "twisted" levels: the individual attitude and work of Tang Kwong Sang / Yuen Nga Chi / Sin Ho Cheung and Intuon Chau / Jack Lam / Vivian Fung; the development process among the two creative chains; and the resonance, differences and chemistry between the partners.
25 February - 10 March 2016
10:00 - 20:00 (Closed on Sundays & Public Holidays)
Students from the Hong Kong Art School's Higher Diploma in Fine Art programme
Intuon CHAU 周姍祐
Vivian FUNG 馮穎君
Jack LAM 林仲賢
SIN Ho-cheung 冼浩章
TANG Kwong-sang 鄧廣燊
YUEN Nga-chi 袁雅芝