#MiALIntersection Meet the Artists – Pamm Hong
Over the next few weeks we’re going to be introducing you to some of the exciting emerging artists involved in our upcoming independent exhibition Intersection.
Get involved across our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to find out more about each MiAL artist throughout the week, including their inspirations, techniques and the work they’ll be showing at MiAL Intersection (April 28th – May 2nd at Hoxton Arches Gallery Space).
Intersection is the latest exhibition from Made in Arts London, a showcase of work from a diverse and exciting range of fresh London based artists and designers. The exhibition also offers art lovers an exclusive opportunity to access art and design by University of the Arts London’s emerging stars.
This week we’ll be introducing you to the wonderful world of Pamm Hong.
Pamm is a well-established graphic designer, having practiced for almost 10 years in fast-paced Singapore. In 2010, she took a leap into the art world to challenge her insights on aesthetics and communication. Her design approach is one that explores the intersection of art, craft, science and technology. The delicate nature of her multidisciplinary work is essential to her observation of the world and pursuit of intricate materiality.
Originally starting on MA Art and Science, she quickly found her true calling in MA Material Futures which proved to better suit her multi – disciplinary approach to art and design.
Her work has become more informed by technology, gaining curiosity within subjects like materiality and interactivity and engaging in collaborations with MA Narrative Environments and MA Communication Design courses.
All of Pamm’s video, photography and installation is available to buy via our website and ranges from £40-£400. Or come along to the Intersection exhibition to see the exclusive installation and prints that she’ll have on display:
28 April – 2 May
Hoxton Arches, Arch 403, Cremer Street, London, E3 8HD