Normal Life: Solo Exhibition by Comic Artist Justin Wong
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Hong Kong political cartoonist Justin Wong explores the alienation of urban life in A Concept Gallery’s exhibition Normal Life.
A Concept Gallery presents Normal Life, a solo exhibition by Hong Kong artist Justin Wong Chiu-tat featuring illustrations that explore the alienation of urban life. Wong makes use of the visual style of comics, creating urban landscapes and architectural spaces that serve as a stage for a host of different characters.
Wong received his BA (Fine Arts) at The Chinese University of Hong Kong and his MA (Interactive Digital Media) at Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication in London. His works also include graphic design, animation and interactive art, which have been exhibited in platforms including “A Parallel Tale: Taipei in 80s x Hong Kong in 90s” (FZ Fifteen Animation & Story Gallery, Taiwan, 2013), “Hong Kong Eye 2012” (Saatchi Gallery, London, 2012) and “Eniminiminimos: Artists who make things small II” (Esplanade, Singapore, 2009). He is Assistant Professor in the Academy of Visual Arts at Hong Kong Baptist University.