Cantonese language tour of Inner Edge Drifting

Join artist Pamela Leung for a Cantonese language tour of Inner Edge Drifting at Art Space on The Concourse.

A Willoughby City Council curated group exhibition, Inner Edge Drifting explores the cultural space experienced by people living in Western cultures (and specifically Australia) who have Asian roots.

This third cultural space (often referred to within the experiences of Third Culture Kid) can be experienced by people whose upbringing is culturally different from their parents or where their upbringing has traversed across different geographic locations.

Pamela Leung is a local Willoughby City-based artist and she will provide insight into the exhibition theme and the various perspectives offered by each artist. The exhibition Curator, Cassandra Hard Lawrie, will also be in attendance and visitors will have the opportunity to ask Pamela and Cassandra questions about the exhibition.

About Pamela Leung

Pamela Leung is a Hong Kong Sydney based artist, with a Master of Fine Art from the National Art School, 2016. She received the Emerging Artist Prize in the 65th Blake Prize 2018. She has exhibited in numerous group exhibitions in Australia, and has also exhibited at Taiwan, Stockholm and Hong Kong. Since 2015 she has held solo exhibitions in Sydney, Hong Kong, Paris, London and Sheffield. Her work is held in Casula Powerhouse Art Centre Art Collection and private collections in Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan and UK.

Pamela is a local Willoughby City-based artist who was part of the group exhibitions HOME GROWN: The Tenacious Realm (2019) at Incinerator Art Space, and Retracing (2020) and Parallel Wanderings (2022) at Art Space on The Concourse. She also exhibited her solo show Shades of Red IV at Incinerator Art Space in 2021.

With her installation, video, sound, sculpture and painting, Pamela explores the routines of everyday life, relationships, connections, displacement and the diaspora. The colour red takes on a significant symbolic status in her work, representing the differing perspectives of Western and Eastern cultures; it is also the colour that runs through all people, no matter the colour of their skin, as a unifying force.

This event is part of the Council curated exhibition Inner Edge Drifting and the Chatswood Year of the Rabbit Festival, the North Shore’s premier Lunar New Year celebrations presented by Willoughby City Council.


  • Sunday, 12 February 2023 | 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM


The Concourse, 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood, 2067, View Map

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