Lot 162 - Renee Yau - Midnight at Park Royal Station
Acrylic Gouache on Paper
A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork
Signed on Verso
RENEE YAU (b.1988) was born in British Hong Kong and is based in London. She is a visual artist interested in creating spatial, expressive and paintings. Her work ranges from quiet to personal introspection. The artist began converting her graphic sketches to canvas in 2019.
She was a graphic designer. She specialises in creating a visual equilibrium that the composition that relates to each other in terms of the visual elements of art (line, shape, colour, space and texture) is conveyed to create visual balance.
She has spent time in Hong Kong and Shanghai. She is currently working on visual art and continuing her practice in London.
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
These four pieces of artwork are organized based on the concept of "New Living Public Space - Underground Subway Station."
As a result of how society works, environmental changes will unavoidably affect people. They will also cause us to consider how we interact with the environment, making "relocation" a crucial issue we must face. What I attempt to discuss and think about in the subject of "Relocation." is also what I want to explore in my new site - although London is foreign to me, I feel familiar occasionally. It seems to have a special connection to my past.
In those images, I want to show "the appearance of everyday existence." The area is divided and given a new meaning by arranging lines and color blocks in various ways. It makes new connections such as "Me and it," "this and that," "essential and supplementary," "objects and unseen space," and the interactions between the many planes of space.
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