Monthly Archives: March 2017

Announcing Angela Chen’s Exhibition “The spider net”

We are pleased to announce an exhibition The spider net by Angela Chen, as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura on March 25 (Sat) & 26 (Sun).

Angela Chen is a visual artist who studies and work in London. After she completed her Bachelor Degree of Fine art in Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of Arts London. She undertaking postgraduate studies of print in Royal College of Arts London, and took a period research in Shanghai Biennale. Her work has shown in different exhibitions in London, and it will be shown in Brazil in July 2017.
Angela is interested in exploring human’s complex emotion and relationship, which aim to transforming it into installation piece.
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Announcing Kat Teede’s Exhibition “ENVELOPED”

We are pleased to announce an exhibition ENVELOPED by Kat Teede, as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura on March 25 (Sat) & 26 (Sun).

Kat Teede is a Melbourne, Australia based multidisciplinary artist working across drawing, collage, photography, photo-painting, text and installation. Kat is currently completing a Masters of Fine Art (MFA), RMIT, Melbourne.
Kat’s practice is informed by the physical and psychological spaces that we inhabit and embed ourselves.
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Announcing Mary-Beth Acres’s Exhibition “Dust”

We are pleased to announce an exhibition Dust by Mary-Beth Acres, as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura on March 25 (Sat) & 26 (Sun).

Mary-Beth Acres is an emerging artist from Rotorua, Aotearoa New Zealand practicing in the written word, drawing, watercolour, and illustration. She owns a small company manufacturing and selling hula hoops and other circus equipment. She also teaches classes in hula hoop dance and does fire performances with a fire hula hoop and fire poi.
After studying Politics, Media and Communication at the University of Waikato she now works running a small non-profit organisation called The Arts Village which combines her love of community with her belief in the power of art and creativity.

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Announcing Solal Israel’s Exhibition “Ebanessento”

We are pleased to announce an exhibition Ebanessento (evanescent in English) by Solal Israel, as a result of his activity during his stay at Studio Kura on March 25 (Sat) & 26 (Sun).

Young photographer (born in Brussels in 1993), Solal Israel studied photography at the School of Arts “Le 75” in Brussels. His approach began a process of reflection around the property and readability of the image. Declined in its various projects, this process embodies today a cross series where temporality and matter, media and subjects mingle.
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Announcing Darae Baek’s Exhibition “EXISTENCE OR REFLECTION”

We are pleased to announce an exhibition EXISTENCE OR REFLECTION by Darae Baek, as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura on March 25 (Sat) & 26 (Sun).

Darae Baek (b. 1989) is a visual artist based in London and Seoul, Korea and She is specialised in performing and Video installation. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins and is planning to start for Master of Fine Art at Glasgow School of Art in 2017.
She finds the keywords of stories in the nostalgia of the past that she feel in new places. The moment she feel such reverberation of the past, the “new place” no longer holds the meaning that only new places can keep in as it gets easily absorbed by the nostalgia which transcends time and space.
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Announcing Hanna Lee ‘s Exhibition “Leave a trace”

We are pleased to announce an exhibition Leave a trace by Hanna Lee, as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura on March 25 (Sat) & 26 (Sun).

Hanna Lee is a painting and drawing artist based in Seoul, South Korea.She completed her Bachelor of Painting at Duksung Women’s University, Seoul in 2012 and her Master of Fine Arts at the same university in 2016. Her works have been shown in many places in Seoul. She talks about revisiting pale and pointless things around her.
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