Congratulations to our F.6 Visual Arts students for their successful Form 6 Graduation show
Our exhibition name in Chinese refers to the five tastes: sweet, sour, bitter, spicy, and salty. It also represents the five students who study Visual Arts. “The Cantonese pronunciation of ‘taste’ and ‘try’ is the same. The word ‘try’ brings out our different ‘attempts’ when we create. “Taste” is the flavour and feelings we encounter when we create our art. Taste is also an expression of emotion that the creator expresses in the work. Each of the five students has taken on a part of ‘flavour’ through the content of our work. It will create poetic associations related to flavour. We hope that the audience will be able to experience the five flavours in daily life visually and think out of the box. We hope the audience will be able to experience and understand ‘flavour’ in different ways, but not only be limited to taste the ‘flavour’ using their tongues. Meanwhile, the exhibition chronicles the process of our creation. In the creation of our work, we tried to overcome various obstacles. That is also why we name our exhibition “Art/is/try”. In Art creation, we always need to try. Through the imperfect process of creation, we have learnt perseverance to pursue our goal.
Student Artist: Fong Wing Sze, Cheung Lai Ping, Fung Wing Yan Rainie, Wong Ming Wun Kristy, Xu Wanting