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Investigating Labour and Body: ‘Noble Rot’ Artists’ Sharing

Mar 24, 2022
6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Thu, 24 Mar 2022, 6:30pm
Zoom ID: 840 6685 2656
Passcode: 496720
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Hosted by Cusson Cheng, Para Site Project Manager/Assistant Curator


As part of the public programmes for ‘Noble Rot’ Part Two, Para Site has organised three virtual artist sharing sessions live on Zoom, where participating artists share their practices, focusing on the works they contributed to the exhibition. The second session will be a conversation with artists Ice Wong Kei Suet, Wong Pak Hang, and Jennifer Yue Yuen Yu. Encompassing performance, video, and interactive installation, the new commissions by the three artists each interrogates the performativity and the labour of the body. The session will be moderated by Cusson Cheng, one of the four organisers of the exhibition.

About the artists

Ice Wong Kei Suet

Ice Wong Kei Suet (b. 1995 in Hong Kong) obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts from the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University in 2018. By examining her personal experience in time and space, she takes the interconnectedness of nature and humans as her point of departure, working mainly with installation, live art, video, and drawing.


Wong Pak Hang

Wong Pak Hang obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the Department of Fine Arts at Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2018. Wong expresses himself through digital and 2D mixed media, including photography, video, painting, and installation. His work is related to contemporary city life. He believes art can represent humanistic concerns, pointing outwards towards civilization, and inwards towards fundamental humanity. Recently, he has been shortlisted for the 24th ifva Awards (Media Arts category), Young Talent of the Affordable Art Fair, and was selected by the New Light Exhibition Scheme of Lumenvisum.


Jennifer Yue Yuen Yu

Jennifer Yue Yuen Yu obtained her BA in Fine Arts at Chinese University of Hong Kong. Yue focuses on figure sketching and printmaking techniques, believing the body contains memory and soul. Yue became an independent curator after graduation and founded Landescape1823, which brings art experiences back to artists through space, and has held site-specific art events since August 2020. Landescape1823 was invited by the Museum of Site to curate its debut exhibition ‘A Clockwork Lai Chi’ (JCCAC, 2021). Yue has received the HKSAR Talent Development Scholarship (2020), HKADC Grant for Emerging Artists (2021), and Para Site’s NoExit Grant for Unpaid Artistic Labour (2021).