Ocean Wang Jue at Lost Conversations

Opening today at the Brother Joseph McNally Gallery is Lost Conversations, featuring painting, photography, sculpture, installation, sound and video work by thirteen students from the Faculty of Fine Arts. Representing three fine arts programmes —Diploma, BA (Hons) and MA— the show explores how art and artists negotiate their place in the world; as commentators and active agents.

We check in with one of the fine students – painter and art restorer Ocean Wang Jue – and ask him about his creative process: “I seek to explore the emotional complexities between people through painting a series of natural realistic portraiture. I attempt to achieve the complication of a mixture of apartness and interaction with the use of special spatial arrangements, such as a reduced size of human subjects, empty spaces and minimised surrounding.”

Lost Conversations is at Brother Joseph McNally Gallery, Level 1 until 13 April 2015.



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