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Student Showcase Archive
Show RCA 2019

Jun Wang

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  • 'our eyes must survey their depths'

    'our eyes must survey their depths', Jun Wang 2019
    Carved clay dipped with Cyanotype displayed within a lighting box
    26 cm x 28 cm x 30 cm

  • Tide Study

    Tide Study, Jun Wang 2019
    Screen print on Acrylic mounted on the wall

  • we chatted about the end

    we chatted about the end, Jun Wang 2019
    28 cm x 20 cm

  • Day and Night

    Day and Night, Jun Wang 2019
    Digital print with backled
    115 cm x 70 cm | Photographer: Digital print with backled

  • 14:14 (from print series Whale Study)

    14:14 (from print series Whale Study), Jun Wang 2019
    28 cm x 20 cm

  • Water Clock

    Water Clock, Jun Wang 2019
    Mixed Medium

  • Installation View

    Installation View

  • Navigated*

    Navigated*, Jun Wang 2019
    Mixed Medium
    26 cm x 17 cm x 47 cm

  • Unititled

    Unititled, Jun Wang 2019
    Found stopwatches

  • Installation View

    Installation View

  • Detail


  • A Study of 'Progress'

    A Study of 'Progress', Jun Wang 2019
    Mixed Medium

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  • Jun is an multi-media artist who is fascinated by the most subtle, most-easily overseen elements that quietly coexist with us every day.

    Some say that time is a human invention we use to locate memories and position ourselves. Jun's work looks into the way we measure time and question whether or not there are alternative ways to do so. Her research focuses on the less-known territories, such as nature, the universe and personal memories. She creates work, including prints, video work and installations, that strives to recreate the experience of one of our most natural human instincts – observation, and the unconscious gestures of guessing and believing. By abstracting the boundaries of fact and imagination, her artwork invites the audience to reflect on the self.
  • Previous degrees

  • Bachelor of Design in Industrial Design, University of Alberta, 2015
Royal College of Art