Supernatural Space
Chen Jiajun (Macao, China)
Digital art

The piece explores humans' understanding and imagination of high-dimensional space from the perspective of science and art, presenting a weird space beyond human perception. The artist places ordinary, usually objects in the city as centerpieces in the shot, and use post-progressing software to render surreal pictures with eerie visual effects. These images are both a projection of the real world and a metaphor for the fate of past and present lives, leading viewers into a rather mysterious supernatural space.

Chen Jiajun
Chen Jiajun has a master’s degree in visual communication from the University of Macau and a bachelor's degree in Animation from the Guangdong University of Technology. Her works have been selected to national and international exhibitions and have won her numerous awards, including the Platinum Creative International Student Graphic Design Competition, Kan Tai-keung Design Award, Young Battle Award, the WorldStar Packaging Award, China Packaging Star - Creativity Award and Hong Kong Youth Design Award (YDA). She has won Design Award in HKDADC Hong Kong Digital Art Design Competition and HKAD Hong Kong Digital Art and Design Competition, and Excellence Award in China Packaging Creative Design Competition, Gold Award of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Brand Story Design Competition, etc. She was the mainland designer of AIESEC (International Association of Students in Economics and Management) and is now a visual designer for TED x Guangzhou team.

location: University of Macau Museum of Art
01/09/2023 - 05/11/2023