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Hong Kong video artist Tsang Kin–wah is showing his work at the Mobile M+: Yau Ma Tei exhibition. It consists of installations that live in shops, empty flats and parks as part of West Kowloon Cultural District Authority’s challenging notion that art belongs in museums. Seven Hong Kong-based artists – Kwan Sheung-chi + Wong Wai-yin, Leung Mee-ping, Erkka Nissinen, Pak Sheung-chuen, Tsang Kin-wah and Yu Lik-wa have been invited to (re)imagine the city’s history and stories by interpreting “narrative” as an overarching theme and a starting point. Each artist has expressed their own artistic voice to recount the various aspects of contemporary Hong Kong, ranging from the abstract to the literal, from the political to the everyday.
http://www.mobile-mplus.hk

dozzerhongkong:

Hong Kong video artist Tsang Kin–wah is showing his work at the Mobile M+: Yau Ma Tei exhibition. It consists of installations that live in shops, empty flats and parks as part of West Kowloon Cultural District Authority’s challenging notion that art belongs in museums. Seven Hong Kong-based artists – Kwan Sheung-chi + Wong Wai-yin, Leung Mee-ping, Erkka Nissinen, Pak Sheung-chuen, Tsang Kin-wah and Yu Lik-wa have been invited to (re)imagine the city’s history and stories by interpreting “narrative” as an overarching theme and a starting point. Each artist has expressed their own artistic voice to recount the various aspects of contemporary Hong Kong, ranging from the abstract to the literal, from the political to the everyday.

http://www.mobile-mplus.hk

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