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Public Tours for Sheela Gowda’s Solo Exhibition

Jun 10, 2015
Jul 16, 2015

Para Site’s Sheela Gowda is the artist’s first solo exhibition in East Asia. On view through July 19th, the exhibition incorporates a selection of existing works from various moments of the artist’s practice, alongside four major new installation works. Some of these were inspired by her research trip to Hong Kong earlier this year. The exhibition of this powerful and highly original artist is an expression of Para Site’s longstanding exploration of art’s different languages in engaging with our world.

Join us for one of our free guided tours of the exhibition.


Jun 10, 2015 (Wed)
6:30 – 7:30pm
Hosted by Cosmin Costinas (Executive Director/Curator, Para Site)


Jun 24, 2015 (Wed)
6:30 – 7:30pm
Hosted by Simmy Ling (Project Coordinator/Curatorial Assistant, Para Site)


Jul 9, 2015 (Thur)
6:30 – 7:30pm
Hosted by Freya Chou (Curator of Education and Public Programs, Para Site)
(Mandarin / English)


Jul 16, 2015 (Thur)
6:30 – 7:30pm
Hosted by Leung Mee Ping (Associate Professor, Academy of Visual Arts, HKBU)



Para Site fully supports the democratic aspirations of the people of Hong Kong.

Para Site is financially supported by the Springboard Grant under the Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

The content of this activity does not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

About Leung Mee Ping

Leung Mee Ping is a Hong Kong based artist as well as one of the founders of Para Site. Her studies have taken her from France to America then to Hong Kong, Leung’s conceptual perspective is based on her consideration of the importance of creativity originating from daily culture. Her practice spans installation, mix-media, public art and community art. Through research-based practices, the artist experiments with interaction and integration; her works concern ethics, community and memories of the human living situation, which is closely intertwined with her theoretical research area of visual culture and globalization. She is assistant professor of art creativity at the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University. Her exhibitions include Pearl River Delta Series 1: Made in Hong Kong (Osage Hong Kong, 2014), The 9th Busan International Video Festival (Busan, Korea, 2013), Mobile M+: Yau Ma Tie (M+, Museum of Visual Culture, Hong Kong, 2012).