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Wong Wai Yim, Sex Story to a Sex Story, 2013

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Wong Wai Yim, Sex Story to a Sex Story, 2013

Cattle Depot Artist Village

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Photos by Alain Kantarijian. © Alain Kantarjian.

Wen Yau, I want you just the way you are, 2013

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魂游 Wen Yau

你所知的我其實是那面

A one-to-one performance, in which the audience will be invited to visit the artist in a totally dark room; the performance aims to explore the “purest” form of human interaction.

也許,我們都忘記了怎樣相遇

At the moment when we encounter

然後笑容不見了,眼淚也不見了。

只聽到呼吸聲,和心跳聲

Do you see me cry, see me smile

Do you hear our heartbeats, our breathing

手裏是你我的溫存,

或其他……

Or feel the gentle touch we share…

This real-time activitiy was part of From Dusk Till Dawn, which took place May 24, 2013, at Cattle Depot Artist Village, To Kwa Wan.

Photos by Ding Cheuk-laam.

Fiete Stolte, Turn, 2008

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Fiete Stolte
Turn, 2008
CCTV camera, motor, cable, monitor, neon lights
600 x 720 x 72 cm

Photos by Alain Kantarijian. © Alain Kantarjian.

Fiete Stolte (b. 1979 in Berlin) is a conceptual artist and performer living and working in Berlin. He graduated from the Berlin-Weißensee School of Art in 2007.  Recent group exhibitions include, amongst others, Risk Society, Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, Taiwan, and Without Destination, Reykjavik Art Museum, Island. Recent solo exhibitions were held at Art Basel (2009) and SOX, berlin Germany (2012). Stolte has recently received a Fine Art scholarship form the Land of Berlin (federal state of Berlin) in 2011 and a travel scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service.

Lam Siu-wing, Flaneur 11 Homeward Bound, 2013

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Photos by Swing Lam.

“11, a cantonese slang, represents walking by the two feet.
11, an experience of walking across the city.

I quitted my depressing job in 2012 spring, and started my more depressed jobless life.

The idea of walking from one side of Hong Kong to the other was provoked by the depression of seeking a new job. After spending every single day sending application at home for no result, I  was awaken by the days of boredom. I randomly think of a place on the other side of the city: Yuen Long, just on foot. I did documentation for my walk, I pondered my ego in my walk.

I finally walked for 10 times in 5 cities.

The name of this random project, called Flanuer 11.”

Swing Lam

This real-time activitiy was part of From Dusk Till Dawn, which took place May 24, 2013, at Cattle Depot Artist Village, To Kwa Wan.

Swing Lam was born in Hong Kong in 1986. He earned a bachelor degree of Visual Arts in HKBU and a MA intercultural studies in CUHK. He is one of the fotanian Artist. In 2012, Swing
 walked across 6 cities as a project called “Flaneur 11”. He shows the project in Atelier Muji gallery as his first solo exhibition. He is now working the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Gao Weigang, You and Me, 2009

 

"You and Me"

Gao Weigang
You and Me, 2009
Concrete, iron
184 x 120 cm

Photo by Alain Kantarijian. © Alain Kantarjian.

Gao Weigang (b. 1976 in Heilongjiang, China) is a mixed media artist living and working in Beijing, China. He graduated from Tianjing Academy of Fine Arts in 1998.  Recent group exhibitions include, amongst others, Pure View Remote Form Streams and Mountains, Louise Blouin Foundation, London, UK, and Displacement, Shangpu Art Museum, Bejing, China. Recent solo exhibitions were held at the China Art Archives and Warehouse (2008).In 2011 he received the Art Futures Award at Art Hong Kong.

Showing Without Telling (2011)

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