Digitall: Mixed Media Work by Enoch Cheung

Mar 16, 2001 – Apr 8, 2001
Para/Site Art Space
2 Po Yan Street, Sheung Wan
Opening Reception
Mar 16, 2001
6:00 - 8:00pm

Enoch Cheung


Para Site Art Space presents the new media art exhibition Digitall: Mixed Media Work by Enoch Cheung which features site-specific installations by this emerging local artist.

As the exhibition title suggests, Enoch Cheung explores our perception of the overtly digitalized life. At Para Site, for example, with the aid of the internet, Cheung presents the digital timing interface of the Hong Kong Observatory that is always considered as the most accurate clock. However, in front of the computer, visitors would be confused with this apparent ‘real-time’ that comes through the virtual space.

Video is another medium widely involved in this exhibition. With the use of video projection on various subject matters, Cheung also built installations that may raise questions on a digital world, the digitalized humane, and/or the digital poetics.


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

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



artist's biography

Enoch Cheung graduated from the First Institute of Art and Design in Hong Kong in 1991. He furthered his study in computer while he continued his pursuit in art and music. Since 1998, he has been studying in the BFA course co-organized by the Art School of the Hong Kong Art Centre and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Digitall is Cheung‘s first solo exhibition and an attempt to review his own experience in art and technology.

Related event

Apr 7, 2001

4:00 – 5:30pm


Gallery talk

press release (2001/ex_6/box 1/2)

exhibition catalogue (2001/ex_6/box 1/8)

Video Documentation (2001/ex_6/box 23/15)