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Landscape Project: Pound Lane Happening

Jan 20, 2001
5:00 pm – 9:00 pm


Tai Ping Shan Street and Para/Site Art Space, 2 Po Yan Street, Sheung Wan

Para Site Art Space and Fringe Club are pleased to present an outdoor activity– Street Happening. It is curated by the Landscape Group, showing the works of William Tang, Priscilla Leung, Samuel Lo, David Tong, Peter Suart, and Kith Tsang Tak Pin.

This is a closing ceremony of the Landscape project, program of the City Festival by the Fringe Club. The Landscape project aims at exploring the concept of ‘Landscape’ in our time. Since the landscape of Tai Ping Shan Street and the neighboring area is a typical landscape of Hong Kong, we find it a perfect place for a site-specific street art event, which would provide opportunities for artists to interact with the landscape, memory, people, and everyday life. William Tang will have an outdoor fashion show which is a wearable landscape. Priscilla Leung, Samuel Lo, David Tong, and Peter Suart will have a concert. Priscilla Leung, Kith Tsang, and Y-Space will do a performance. There are also site-specific installations by installation artists, film and video shows by video artists. Since this activity is the closing ceremony of the landscape event, all artists and critics will participate in the artist talk.

Interestingly, the Hollywood Road Park was formerly a people’s nightclub, a place of everyday fun. This Happening is somewhat a reference to that kind of space. This event, with so many fascinating art activities, will definitely enrich the cultural life and also give big big fun to artists and the local community!

This project is supported by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council, China-tech group, Apple Computer, Esquel group, IT Ltd., and the Netvigator. 


More materials are available to view on site at Para Site. 

Click here to see a full inventory of all archive materials and contact us at archive@para-site.art for enquiries, to request an appointment to view materials, and for archival materials donations.


The Archive Project is financially supported by the Project Grant of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.



PRESS MATERIALS (2001/PRO_11/BOX 1/1, 2001/PRO_11/BOX 1/2, 2001/PRO_11/BOX 1/3)