A Solo Exhibition by Louise Soloway-Chan
From Oct 15 (Thu), 2020, 18:00 HKT
To Dec 15 (Sun), 2020, 18:00 HKT
Boundless Artists Collective is pleased to present a solo exhibition, “Contactless” by visual story-telling artist Louise Soloway Chan. With the unprecedented challenges that the Coronavirus has left us to face today, Louise reflects on these unusual times and explores the lack of ‘contact’ brought between humans.
“Contactless” highlights the artist’s extensive work on rice paper, featuring twenty-two enlivened paintings on an intimate scale, which evoke the bustling scenes of everyday life amid an epidemic. Louise’s figurative works in this exhibition suggest that the disconnection and isolation measures may have the unintended consequence of inducing loneliness, fear, and panic in the community.
As an obsessive sketcher, documenting life around me was my way of expressing the humanity and at times humour during this new reality.
Recap online exhibition opening with artist Louise Soloway-Chan
Oct 15 (Thu), 2020,
Five groups of paintings are to be auctioned online during the exhibition.
All profits from this exhibition will be donated to BAC’s charity partner, InspiringHK Sports Foundation, to provide sporting opportunities for underprivileged families, giving them an outlet for emotional release in face of these challenging times.
*Online auction period:
From Oct 15 (Thu), 2020, 18:00 HKT to Nov 15 (Sun), 2020, 18:00 HKT
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About InspiringHK Sports Foundation
InspiringHK Sports Foundation is a local charity established in 2012, with a vision of developing better youths through sports. Our mission is to promote social mobility, gender equality, social inclusion and healthy lifestyle through sports. We carry out our mission through professional sports training, learning experience activities and public education. From 2019-2020, IHKSports has provided services to over 900 beneficiaries with more than 54,000 hours of professional sports training. Additionally, over 2,000 children and youths have benefitted from public education activities and special projects.