The huàhuàhuàláng is pleased to present the upcoming show “Overseas” that showcases three American artists that defy and explore the visual perception of space and time. The minimalistic light chaos of Lionell Guzman’s light box studies make you feel like somehow you’ve teleported back in time to another dimension of mid-century modern science experiments of reflected light rays while drawing you back to the future with his seamless, almost sterile wooden boxes covered in graph paper that seem to hold time still. Dustin Adam’s photographic experiments with light painting on exposed film of the California terrain gives his photographs a northern lights-esque euphoric aesthetic that makes you lost in the visual perception of reality which poses the question : Are you awake or is this all a dream? His images seem as though they’ve dreamt through ions of time collecting visual space matter of the great unknown masking the wide awake landscape of the west coast. Interconnecting the days of kaleidoscope eyes and acid tests to boundless 3D explorations of the female form, Reginald Pean’s work uses visual appropriation of psychedelic ideas to illustrate the new vices of the modern day rebel. Guzman, Adams and Pean have created works that display a nostalgia for times gone by yet contain an entirely new perspective full of unapologetic verve with a raw grit that is unmistakenably built for this generation.
Photos by Dustin Adams/Rover To Illustrations by Reginald Pean Installations by Lionell Guzman
Curated by Arthur Leung
開幕時間/Opening ceremony: 29 DEC 2012, 2PM-9PM
展期/Exhibition period: 29 DEC 2012 – 27 JAN 2013
場地/Venue: 畫畫畫廊 / huàhuàhuàláng
地址/Address: 九龍大角咀洋松街73-79號君豪工商大廈3樓B1室 / ROOM B1, 3F, RODEO CENTRE, 73-79 LARCH STREET, TAI KOK TSUI, HONG KONG
Beer Sponsored by San Miguel Brewery Hong Kong Ltd.
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