Artists Sharing and Open Studio: Mariana Bisti & Wang Yuyu

Artists-in-residence Mariana Bisti and Wang Yuyu will be sharing their creative practices, concepts and their latest works produced during their residency in kaitak from February to April in the sharing session. Following the sharing session, Mariana and Yuyu will open their studios in Kaitak campus to showcase their works to the public.

Artists Sharing Session (CCL recognized)

Date: 27 April 2017 (Thur)

Time: 19:00 – 20:30

Venue: CVA209, Communication and Visual Arts Building, 5 Hereford Road, Kowloon Tong

Sharing will be conducted in English. Free Admission. Registration Required.

Open Studio

Date: 28 April 2017 (Fri)

Time: 17:00 – 21:00

Venue: AVA210,212, Academy of Visual Arts, 51 Kwun Tong Road, Kowloon

Free Admission.



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About Mariana Bisti

Mariana studied Building Restoration and Renovation at the Technological Educational Institute of Patras. In 2005, after her graduation, she started an ongoing collaboration with NC-MP Architects. In 2008 she ranked first at the NTUA School of Architecture admission exams where she completed her BA/MSc in Architectural Engineering in 2012.

She has been working as a professional photographer since 2008. After graduating from NTUA, she specialized in Architectural Photography by combining her architectural knowledge with her photographic skills. In 2013 she was commissioned as a photographer & cinematographer by the Piraeus Port Authority S.A. and the Athens Biennale ‘AGORA’). A year later (2014) she worked for the ‘ArtAthina’ International Contemporary Art Fair of Athens and started showing great interest in the contemporary art world.

In 2014 she moved to London to pursue a MFA in Fine Art Media at the Slade School of Fine Art, where she earned her degree with distinction (2016). Her art practice ranges across different media, including video, photography, performance and installation.

About Wang Yuyu

Yuyu’s practice explores the understanding of the world through physical senses. She attempts to transfer her body’s self-perception onto inanimate objects and optical space.

She sees her body as the medium to achieve my communication with the external reality. She is interested in how the sensual and physical level of experiences can act as both a bridge and a boundary between everyday life and ourselves. Her work emphasizes the process of representing the somatic experiences. Sometimes, the processes of using materials and making objects become the very outcome of my work.

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