“signals . . . storms and patterns” at Para Site, Hong Kong

By Last Updated: August 13, 2023Views: 269

“Sign” within the context of the exhibition are modes of kinetic artwork, communication, actions, and interventions to create a series of reactions. As such, the taking part artists will make use of cues together with sound, odor, motion, and smoke to interrogate advanced points associated to dispersed communities, migratory flows, and the intersection of expertise, science, and structure. The exhibition will unfold over three phases: “indicators . . . storms and patterns” will give attention to self-organisation and the politics of house in up to date artmaking; “indicators . . . folds and splits” (opening 2 June) will in flip mirror on the temporality of artworks and different economies of time; and eventually, “indicators . . . right here and there” (opening 4 August) will discover dispersal as a technique to consider up to date world points by means of the lens of Hong Kong.

Taking inspiration from the seminal gallery and artwork salon Alerts London (1964–1966), the exhibition represents methods to reconnect with the worldwide group from the pivot level of Hong Kong in a post-pandemic world, and is conceived as an exhibition that’s allowed to evolve and stay dynamic past its opening. The reconfigurable show system of the exhibition serves as an ongoing spatial investigation as artworks / happenings rotate, unfold, fragment, or dissolve all through the exhibition interval.

Taking part artists:
Christine Solar Kim, Linda Chiu-han Lai, Candice Lin & P. Employees, Pratchaya Phinthong, Printhow, James Richards, So Wing Po, Mika Tajima, Tang Kwok Hin, Truong Cong Tung, with atmospheric interventions together with a publishing undertaking by Wing Chan, that includes pictures by South Ho, and a broadcasting undertaking by Wan Ing Que, Elaine W. Ho, and Kunci Research Discussion board & Collective with the College of Improper Schooling in collaboration with Hong Kong Neighborhood Radio.

Curated by
Billy Tang and Celia Ho

at Para Web site, Hong Kong
till September 29, 2023


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