Art graduates have shown their work on the global stage through an exhibition at the Pao Galleries in the Hong Kong Arts Centre.
RMIT art students exhibited their work in Hong Kong.
The 2014 Master of Fine Art Hong Kong Graduate Exhibition, That Which Can Be Imagined, showcased the work of seven graduates from the RMIT Master of Fine Art program.
The Master of Fine Art has been delivered in Hong Kong in conjunction with the Hong Kong Art School since 2011.
The collaboration aims to provide students with both local and international perspectives, as well as aid in developing their individual creative skills within the context of contemporary fine art practice.
Associate Professor Kevin White, Deputy Head, International Development, in the School of Art, said the exhibition was an encouraging testament to the ongoing development and partnership between the two schools.
Visitors viewing installations in the exhibition.
"It is immensely satisfying to witness the artistic development of each of the seven graduates from the Master of Fine Art program in Hong Kong," he said.
The art installations explored various issues resonant in many cultures and societies today, such as cultural displacement, pollution and environmental sustainability, isolation and the human condition, and the impact of the global economy.
The seven installations were delivered through a combination of traditional and contemporary media, including paintings, objects, collage, videos, photography and performances.
Associate Professor White applauded the diversity and depth of the students' themes and craftsmanship.
"Their command of their chosen materials and practices is evident in the artwork they produced and is central to the communication of their ideas and their desire to challenge existing narratives," he said.
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