Para Site Art Space is honoured to announce its participation inFor the first time a group of artists from Hong Kong present their art works in a project by . Hong Kong’s participation includes . “This project is a great push for the visibility of the Hong Kong art scene, and the result of Para Site Art Space increasing international network,” said Para Site’s
The project under the title ofreflects a paradox that is exemplified in Chinese by the words ‘Harmony’ and ‘Deep-Rooted Conflict’. Through these concepts, art is positioned to explore various issues in our society, from city to environment and from history to language. These two notions interact in a way that creates new cultural, political and social meanings. These multiple densities and strategies are expressed through the architectural structure that hosts the exhibits. Made of plywood and Plexiglas, it is a display device that accommodates the conceptual and material needs of the exhibited projects.
present performance and installation-based works, whilst showcase sound and photography based works respectively. conducts a three-day performance where the artist draws and subsequently erases the image of mountain from Hong Kong. has selected a performance based on his . researches on the connection between reproduces Hong Kong’s wet market soundscapes, whilst addresses the fragility of the artist community in the social network. All the works have been selected to be displayed in the open environment of . As part of this event on Friday May 15 at 3:00pm, a performance/talk under the title is conducted by the artists, on the site of the .
More materials are available to view on site at Para Site.
The Archive Project is financially supported by the Project Grant of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.