Leaving traces: KNITerature - the art of Movana Chen
- Fri 09-05-2014 to Sat 24-05-2014
Film Screening @ Upstairs
Fringe Club is pleased to present “Leaving traces: KNITerature – the art of Movana Chen”, a documentation of the artist’s works and her recent solo exhibition.
The exhibition shows over 1500 postcard photo prints from Movana Chen’s ongoing projects “Travelling into your bookshelf” and “Knitting Conversations” as well as her recent solo exhibition “KNITerature”. The photographic installation occupies newly renovated spaces at Fringe Club. Meanwhile, the Upstairs theatre features the video of her latest work “Body Container comes to life” respectively in Hong Kong, London and Seoul which is a collaboration with a London based film maker, James Vyner from Ichikoo Films. The films document Movana’s performance interacting with people in three very different cities. “Wearing” one’s identity, the artist is eager to explore ways to experiment and to perform with the “Body Container”, expressing the concept of how the human form embodies ideas about our society.
About the Artist - Movana Chen
Movana Chen is a Hong Kong-based artist who studied fashion design at the London College of Fashion and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University in Hong Kong. Her recent projects include solo exhibitions at ArtisTree (Hong Kong), Chinart LaGalerie (Paris), Shin Hwa Gallery (Hong Kong) and Pekin Fine Arts (Beijing) respectively. She has also participated in various group exhibitions at CODA Museum (Apeldoorn-Netherland), Espace Louis Vuitton (Hong Kong and Singapore), MoA Museum of Art Seoul National University, Gyeonggi MoMA Korea and MoCA Shanghai Museum. Movana was one of the 30 finalists of the 2011 and 2012 Sovereign Asian Art Prize. Her art works are collected by the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Louis Vuitton, Chinart LaGalerie (Paris), Galerie Helene Lamarque (Miami) and private collectors. Her forthcoming projects include an invited participation to a group exhibition in Rotterdam at the museum Boijmans Van Beuningen by the end of 2014.
ENQUIRY Ice Chen / +852 2525 4416 firstname.lastname@example.org