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12 March, 2010
Solid exhibition by Emma Camden
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Other events in March 2010:

Koru Spring Show 2010

Hong Kong ArtWalk 2010
*** ArtWalk tickets for sale at Koru Contemporary Art ***
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S O L I D       Emma Camden      13 March – 8 May 2010

Koru Contemporary Art is thrilled to be mounting the second solo exhibition of leading New Zealand glass sculptor Emma Camden following her previous sell-out exhibition at the gallery. The new body of work expands on themes previously explored by the artist and seeks to engender a state of serenity and contemplation in the viewer.

Camden continues to incorporate architectural forms such as pillars and pyramids in her work along with expanding on her study of the cruciform and its role as a signifier for western culture.

In a grouping of three deep blood-red works Tomb, Flag and Sword she attempts to convey in glass the semantics of each word; the solemnity of a tomb, the slumping of a flag in a gentle breeze and the sharpness of a sword blade crossing with another. On viewing the works one is taken on a journey through the artist’s process of arriving at the point of resolution for each form.

Describing her thought processes as 'topsy-turvy' Camden was moved to extract colour from some of her work and look at planes and shadows and she does this in her pillar based works. These are free standing but top heavy and beg the question of how do they remain upright? They are angled structures with planes of glass that reflect light at varying angles playing with refraction like a prism.

Perhaps closer in their aesthetic to the European glass sculptors such as Simone Cenedese, these pillar-like works position the viewer to marvel at the process followed to achieve the effect and one can appreciate the end result as a study in geometry.


Opening Reception:
Friday 12th March 2010, 7:00pm to 9:30pm


Guest of Honour:
Adele Bryant, New Zealand Consul-General in Hong Kong


Wine Tasting:
Sponsor: At Style Wine
NZ, Wooing Tree, Pinot Noir 2007, Blondie 2008 White Pinot Noir.
Richmond Plains, Certificate Organic, Riesling 2009


When:
13th March to 8th May 2010
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 6pm


Where:
KORU1, Koru Contemporary Art
10th floor, Unit 1012, Hing Wai Centre
7 Tin Wan Praya Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
香港田灣海旁道7號興偉中心10字樓12室
*** Car Parking available ***
For directions to the gallery please click on the link below :
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Enquiries:
Mark Joyce phone +852 2580 9203 email: info@koru-hk.com


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