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Our site is transformed into a labyrinth, as composer Ken Ueno recasts physical gestures into sounds, with drones and movable speakers to create a unique "sounding architecture". Visit the exhibit, watch the performances and join the talk!
Discover exquisite images of Hong Kong’s heritage buildings, many of them behind locked doors and gates or high razor-wired fences, out of reach to most people, captured by award-winning photographer and Hong Kong’s native son, P H Yang.
The exhibition is held in celebration of the centennial of Lalan, a 20th century pioneer of cross-disciplinary art, and her impact on merging the aesthetic of the East and West.
Through collaborating with local galleries and cultural institutions, the exhibition aims to engage and revitalize the local art community during the challenging time in Hong Kong.