PhD Group and Korean Cultural Centre (KCC) in Hong Kong jointly present “Flèche,” an exhibition by two artists—Michele Chu and Lee Eun-sae—that asks the question, “How can a site of piercing, of trauma, also reveal the self?”
Hong Kong performance and multimedia artist Michele Chu showcases cyanotypes created over the last few months while caring for her mother. She uses her own body but the silhouette is blurred by allusions to a second body: that of her ailing mother. It chronicles the relationship our bodies share with materials, memories, and experiences. South Korean artist Lee Eun-sae is exhibiting paintings that can be interpreted as social commentaries on the modern condition, particularly Asia’s history with media consumption, collective violence, and feminism.
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