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Selected Work

  • Raleigh Scattering

  • 2/F, Cheng Ming Building
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  • Curators: WONG Tsz-chun, LAU Sze-man
    Members: CHAN Ka-kiu, CHU Chin-ching, CHEUNG Tsz-ki, LO Cheuk-ying, LAU Sze-man, WONG Pak-hang, WONG Tsz-chun

    Rayleigh scattering is the chemical reaction causing diffuse sky radiation which leads to the blue colour of the sky. Since the length of blue light ray is the longest among all, when sunlight passes through the atmosphere and reacts with air particles, the sky looks blue.
    As Rayleigh Scattering is the link which brings us the blue of the sky, and we would like to be the link which brings blue of emotions to audiences. Thus we name our exhibition after this chemical reaction.
    We believe that a colour means more than merely a colour, it represents emotions. Thus we would want to show the possibilities of the bluecolour through the exhibition.

Artist Introduction

Artistic creation is to re-experience the world so that the lost perceptions could be found.

Artist
Chu Chin-ching
Graduate Year
2016
Artist Introduction

Artist
Wong Tsz Chun, Tom
Graduate Year
2017
Artist Introduction