William Kung
‘Year 2375’(2016)
‘Future City’(2020)
Acrylic on canvas

William Kung’s selected works, ‘Asleep’, ‘Future City’, ‘Waterfalls’ and ‘Year 2375’ (a set of four paintings), project a solitary and unwelcoming vision of a future which is simultaneously chaotic and clinical in its presentation. As a painter, William views his work as a social commentary platform, from which he explores environmental and social issues: “I believe that as artists we need to be conscious of what’s going on and be bold through our works. For me, artists are chosen people that have the responsibility to speak for the masses with the talents that they are given.”


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