Eugene Lun (b. 1998) graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree from Hong Kong Baptist University Academy of Visual Arts (2021) and was awarded the HKOP Award in Printmaking (2021). His practice aims to open up the playful and bizarre sides of people through creations inspired by pop culture and daily life issues.
Eugene Lun's creative practice investigates the invisible boundaries in daily life; the unspoken rules put forward by the pressures of social conventions and norms which aims to challenge not only the conventional etiquettes of gallery-visiting but the traditional modes of artmaking as well. After graduation, he continues to explore the use of the latest technology such as Augmented Reality (AR) and its integration with printmaking and painting, in order to provide a more comprehensive representation to the static graphics.
Eugene Lun’s most recent exhibitions include Klara and The Sun, Hexagon Gallery, Shenzhen, China (2022); The Forbidden Happiness, DE SARTHE, Hong Kong, China (2022); Affordable Art Fair, HKCEC, Hong Kong, China (2022); I Planned Today As Your Bad Day?, Hong Kong Open Printshop Gallery, Hong Kong, China (2022); BOOKED:2021, Tai Kwun, Hong Kong, China (2021); HKFOREWORD 21, 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Hong Kong, China (2021); Awagami International Miniature Print Exhibition, Awagami Factory, Japan (2021); and AVA Print Club, Hong Kong Baptist University Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong, China (2021).
Eugene Lun lives and works in Hong Kong.