Desmond Leung, Floating Memories at Villa Principe Leopoldo

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The Villa Principe Leopoldo hotel, hosted the works of Desmond Leung, an eclectic artist who exhibited his first solo show in Switzerland with an exhibition of more than 20 art works created in the last 4 years.

The exhibition called Floating Memories was organized by Villa Meridiana.

Desmond Leung ( 梁嘉昊 ) explores contemporary visual language and meaning by merging the mediums of traditional abstract painting, moving image, digital sculpture and cross reality (XR) into a multidimensional art form. Leung’s current research focuses on questioning the concept of reality, attempting to understand and reinterpret the representation of nature and its multidimensional layers.

Through working with painting and XR in an augmented living environment, Leung attempts to develop the contempoary holistic Art which intertwines energy, nature, mindful aesthetic and technology into new visual language, exploring how Holistic art can inspire today’s society, express a cosmic view of the oneness and create an artistic space for mindfulness.
Desmond Leung’s first solo exhibition in Switzerland. Showcasing more than 20 artworks which created in the past 4 years.

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