A/AN “ “, Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) Graduation Show 2015 featured art works of 36 graduating students. The exhibition is named A/AN “ “, without an absolute statement. The blank subject envisages free imagination and conversation between the artists and visitors. It invites everyone to explore their own definition of “ “, regardless of their knowledge and background, but with the sole reference to mutual exchange. It opens up amazing conversations and lights the life of the artworks. A/AN " " suggests a quantifier and a quantity but leaves the subject missing. An incomplete state projects infinite possibilities, liberating the meaning in the most subtle manner. It ignites people's minds, engages their interest, and creates wonderful connections towards the varied and satisfying emotional and intellectual experiences.