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光影作坊呈獻《時間獨白 Monologue of Time》李美娟個展,展出藝術家李美娟最新的藝術創作。她不斷嘗試以時間作為創作的手法和物料,而光和紙的自然變化成為她近年創作及關注的媒介。
攝影-透過收集光線的變化產生影像,是光與時間的交互作用而成。從攝影歷史和起源出發,以文本 “The Pencil of Nature” 的記錄為依據,藝術家李美娟嘗試把時間及空間平面化及視覺化。「從無形轉化為有形」這概念成為創作的一部份,以不同形式呈現時間和歷史、記憶的關係。作品的非物質及非特定的不確定性,是時間被光與影記錄下來的過程與結果。當中所表現的更是藝術家對光線、時間、空間及物像等的意義及存在與否的探討。時間在作品裡是流動、沉澱、累積、停留、重疊的,互相影響下繼而演變成作品本身。藝術家李美娟把這一系列的作品名為「時間繪畫」。

是次展覽,藝術家李美娟利用「時間繪畫」創作方法,讓影像隨時間轉變,巧妙地創作出以有形的影像展現無形的概念,嘗試理解和演譯「時間繪畫」與攝影兩者之間的微妙關係。

Lumenvisum is proud to present Carol Lee Mei Kuen’s solo exhibition “Monologue of Time”, which showcases Lee’s latest art creation. She has kept trying to employ time as both the material and means of her art making. The changes in light and its reaction with paper become her concerning art creation media in recent year.

Photography, produce image by collecting the change in light, is the interaction of light and time. Based on the records in “The Pencil of Nature” and the origin and history of photography, Lee has made time and space two-dimensional and visible. “From invisible transform into visible”, this idea become part of the art creation, presenting the relationship between time, history and memories in diverse form. Lee’s works are full of non-material and non-specific uncertainties, It is the process and the result of the record about how time is being captured by light and shadow. In between, Lee tries to explore the meaning and the existence of light, time, space and object.In her works, time flows, settles, accumulates, stays, stacks up, interacts and evolves. Time is the works themselves. She names the way she develops her works “time drawing”.

In this exhibition, Lee makes use of “time drawing”, to transform image by time. ingeniously, Lee creates visible image from invisible concept, attempting to understand and interpret the subtle relationship between “time drawing” and photography.

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開幕酒會 Opening reception:25.8.2018 (Sat) 5-7pm
藝術家分享會 Artist talk:25.8.2018 (Sat) 3-4:30pm
展覽日期 Exhibition date:25.8-23.9.2018
開放時間 Opening hours:Tue-Sun 11am-1pm; 2-6pm (逢星期一及公眾假期休館 Closed on Monday and Public holiday)

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關於藝術家 About Artist

李美娟於2001年以優異成績畢業於香港藝術學院與澳洲皇家墨爾本理工大學合辦的文學士(純藝術)學位課程,其後於2008年獲藝術碩士學位,並獲頒發碩士傑出成就獎。她在2001年獲選為Golden Key International Honour Society會員,也是MIA(純粹獨立藝術家群)創辦委員之一。她的繪畫及裝置作品曾入選香港藝術雙年展及在夏利豪基金藝術比賽獲獎,而其玻璃系列作品,更三年入選美國紐約康寧玻璃美術館年刊。2002年,李美娟策劃名為「開閘」的柴灣工業區藝術家開放工作室活動及研討會。2004年,她在藝術中心開辦「二樓原作」畫廊,推動本地藝術收藏文化。她在2008年參與策劃及籌組藝術貨櫃計劃,為計劃副召集人。李美娟多次在本地及德國、烏克蘭、美國、中國、日本、新加坡、 韓國、馬來西亞、澳洲…等海外舉辦展覽,2016瀨戶內國際藝術祭於日本小豆島展出「明信片計劃」。其作品為夏利豪基金會、德國Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung Foundation、烏克蘭Lviv玻璃博物館、香港文化博物館、香港藝術中心、M+博物館及私人收藏。

Carol Lee Mei Kuen received a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) with distinction from RMIT University (co-presented with Hong Kong Art School) in 2001, and a Master of Fine Art in 2008 with Outstanding MFA Achievement Award. She was elected a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society in 2001, and was one of founding members of the MIA (Mere Independent Artist). Her painting and installation works were selected for the Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition and awarded in the Philippe Charriol Foundation Art Competition. Her glass works were also selected for the Corning Museum of Glass Review in New York for three years. In 2002, Lee organised the open studio activities and talks titled “Kai Zha” in Chai Wan. In 2004, she opened “Too Art”, a private gallery in the Hong Kong Arts Centre, to promote art and collection culture in Hong Kong. She was the Vice-Convener of the Art Container Project in 2008. Lee has participated in many local and overseas exhibitions, such as German, Ukraine , USA ,China, Japan, Singapore , South Korea , Malaysia , Australia. 2016 Setouchi Triennale “The Postcard project” was exhibited in Sodoshima, Japan. Her works are collected by the Philippe Charriol Foundation, Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung Foundation of Germany, Lviv Glass Museum in Ukraine, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong Arts Centre , M+Museum and other private collectors.

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