CJC Fellowship members pick their favourite piece of art found during Hong Kong Art Week 2019.
Faceless heads sticking out of a metal maze-like structure. Bodies unnaturally bent to fit a human-constructed maze. Urban Playgrounds at ArtisTree in Hong Kong's Quarry Bay is an interactive experience for visitors to explore through the mediums of photography and performing arts.
How important is our city's history and heritage? Does the public have the tools to appreciate the intrinsic value of culture, or are they only interested in taking selfies or Instagrammable photos?
Light, Carsten Nicolai’s collaborator, doesn’t easily conform to the artist’s intention. Still, he uses it along with sound to blend rigid structure and improvisation when exploring the blurred lines between music, media art and science.
Women occupy some of the top positions in the art world in Hong Kong, so why do still some women in the arts say obstacles remain for female artists?
Community living room could be a solution to the urban problems that have long been troubling Hong Kong. Here's a feature in collaboration with Very Hong Kong by CJC intern reporter Caspar Li.