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Hong Dam - contemporary Vietnamese artist.

Hong Dam's work is a journey of seslf-discovery. It explores the universal themes of love, loss, seperation and hope. She uses images, words and materials that remind her of the past, to bring together the different facets of her childhood memeories.

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About Hong Dam

Hong Dam's work is a journey of eslf-discovery. It explores the universal themes of love, loss, seperation and hope. She uses images, words and materials that remind her of the past, to bring together the different facets of her childhood memeories.

As a child who had to flee her homeland as a refugee, her work embraces the feelings of her personal hopes and dreams. Her artistic use of colour, shape and form enhances the great tradition of stsorytelling, fusing the east and west cultures.

Hong Dam a contemporary Vietnamese artist graduated with a BA (Hons) Degree in Fine Art Sculpture followed by an MA 3D Computer Visualisation and Animation. Hong has been a practising artistic for more 20 years and has worked with a variety of media – including sculptures, words and digital images.

Hong's personal work is a journey of self discovery; exploring the universal themes of love, separation and hope. She uses contemporary media to bring together the different facets of her childhood memories – the feelings of hopes and dreams of a child who had to flee her homeland in North Vietnam as arefugee.

Since 1996 Hong has worked as a Digital Artist on major Feature Films including:Babe Pig in the City, 10,000 BC and Ridley Scott's epic film - Gladiator. Her personal work has been exhibited in various prestigious galleries such as: The Mall Galleries (London), Righton Gallery (Manchester), Maidstone Museum and Art Gallery.

Hong Dam's work is a journey of seslf-discovery. It explores the universal themes of love, loss, seperation and hope. She uses images, words and materials that remind her of the past, to bring together the different facets of her childhood memeories.

As a child who had to flee her homeland as a refugee, her work embraces the feelings of her personal hopes and dreams. Her artistic use of colour, shape and form enhances the great tradition of stsorytelling, fusing the east and west cultures.


 

Hong Dam a contemporary Vietnamese artist graduated with a BA (Hons) Degree in Fine Art Sculpture followed by an MA 3D Computer Visualisation and Animation. Hong has been a practising artistic for more 20 years and has worked with a variety of media – including sculptures, words and digital images.

    

Hong's personal work is a journey of self discovery; exploring the universal themes of love, separation and hope. She uses contemporary media to bring together the different facets of her childhood memories – the feelings of hopes and dreams of a child who had to flee her homeland in North Vietnam as arefugee.

 

Since 1996 Hong has worked as a Digital Artist on major Feature Films including:Babe Pig in the City, 10,000 BC and Ridley Scott's epic film - Gladiator. Her personal work has been exhibited in various prestigious galleries such as: The Mall Galleries (London), Righton Gallery (Manchester), Maidstone Museum and Art Gallery.


Testimonials:

‘Your work is very powerful, with such a personal story behind it. I will be very sad if you don’t make it as an artist’.
— Artist Emily Kirby
‘Capturing the duality of the world. Wonderful.’
— Writter Pauline Hales
‘Cinematic, haunting and thought-provoking images, with a wistful and dreamy sense of both hope and melancholy.’.
— Art Consultant Douglas Noble