Christy, Lo Lok Lam

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The idea of Unpeeling started with one of the artist’s grandma’s after dinner habits - peeling oranges and share them with her family. The act of peeling oranges symbolizes sharing, connecting and healing. Peeling the orange reveal the vulnerable center, and metaphorically this action exposes the artist's desire for promotion sharing. Peeling an orange is a way to reveal our life. By peeling and unpeeling, the juicy part got exposed. The raw and organic form of the action of peeling orange becomes the statement of restore and review my memories.

Christy sees the orange peel represented the connection and sharing.
Christy sees giving is a form of connection.
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Christy, Lo Lok Lam 盧樂琳 (b. 1997, Hong Kong ) received a B.F.A. in Fine art Painting from Savannah College of Art and Design in March 2020. Born and raised in Hong Kong, she moves to Georgia at the age of 20. She has exhibited her work in group exhibitions internationally, including galleries and international art fairs. Her first group exhibition was in 2015 at the Affordable Art Fair as a featured artist by Sovereign Art Foundation in Hong Kong. In 2017-2019, Her paintings have participated Open Studio Night at SCAD in the United States. Her first solo show Unpeeling/施 exhibited in the early in the winter of 2020.  Christy has recently contributed as a summer artist residency in the Kundtraum studio, Brooklyn, NY.

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