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“Universes 3” Group Exhibit at WOAW Gallery in Hong Kong

December 2, 2020
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Following the inaugural presentation in Imola, Italy, in 2018 and a follow-up display a year later in Amsterdam, WOAW Gallery in Hong Kong is excited to present Universes 3 group exhibit curated by Sasha Bogojev.

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On view between 11th and 25th of December, the show is hoping to provide a peek at the imaginary alternate realities envisioned, developed, and created by the selection of 14 international artists: Marisa Adesman, Ryan Browning, Timothy Curtis, Paul Insect, Jang Koal, Katelyn Ledford, Young Lim Lee, Laurens Legiers, Raymond Lemstra, Simphiwe Ndzube, Justin Liam O’Brien, Daniel Sparkes, Tide, and Hiejin Yoo.

Much like the cosmos itself, the art world is an infinite realm composed of a great number of styles, techniques, subject matters, and motives for creativity. Orbiting around the shared qualities, the works sometimes construct entire galaxies or universes, often touching common philosophy or goals. The concept of Universes exhibitions is to introduce the artists whose practice revolves around exploring their own individual worlds, located in an unusual environment and populated with distinctive inhabitants.

Jang Koal – Blessed By The Cats

The common denominator of the works featured in Universes 3 is the existence of different settings and beings or the unusual ways of seeing our everyday life. The often imaginary matter and space depicted in such visuals are sharing many qualities with the world we know, yet are placed within an unknown volume with different dynamics and rules of physics. Regularly inhabited by unique, peculiar, and recurring characters, these visuals are providing both the artist and the viewer with a much-needed getaway from the restraints and pressuring effects of current-day reality.

Katelyn Ledford – The Ole Ball and Chain

Whether implying a different, greater actuality, making fun of or commenting on the existing state of things, or simply exercising their imagination and skills, these surreal universes keep expanding, unlike the real ones. With no limitation in place to restrict such an occurrence, these creative efforts are causing supernovas and shaping up nebulas from which new artistic styles or even movements can, and will develop.

Take a look below for more previews of the artworks.

Marisa Adesman – Bending Space and Tine

Paul Insect – Reflective Times

Raymond Lemstra – Personnage Fictionnel

Ryan Browning – From the left hand to the right

Timothy Curtis – Made It Out The Rain

Young Lim Lee – All Mine



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