研究生的考察範圍、指向，是世界的未來的形骸，新知識的風向計，對現今時代的把脈。起家立說之前，往往是轉瞬即逝的珍寶 — 直覺、對問題的「肚腹」般的反應。我們要好好留著。完整的辯說，碎片，靈光一閃，大小故事，所見所聞，理念層次的穿線連點結網…。「在地」、「尋檔」、「書寫作為思考」等陸續有來。A network of ideas from doctoral researchers whose tentative thinking may value as much as well formed writings. Hear their voices. Michael Leung’s “ON LAND,” Vennes Cheng’s “THINK-PAD,” Lim Yeon-kyung’s “ACTING OUT” and more are arrivals…
Michael Leung’s “Publishing (to Find Each Other)” grows on-site through his month-long residency as he fills Floating Projects week by week with his 8-year collection and documented encounters. 駐場的一個月是片諾大的空間。梁志剛的小誌、社關活動和理念研究逐一冒現，把一個不可能的、長達八年的相遇與關係網絡的展陳、聚會變得可能。
In this show, Michael Leung’s zine publishing proliferates into a hybrid event — from storytelling, zine workshops, and ad hoc planting of new material during the month. 因書仔而相遇協作。30天的展場進駐，梁志剛把小誌出版打開，變為多源匯集的跨界分享，知己知彼。
Martha Hatch detected a shift within the art scene in some shows she visited late last year. A new form of resistance? A new way to stay alive? An attempt to preserve a Hong Kong spirit? Hatch in in her final semester researching on art and urban space for her BA graduation thesis.
In the second of a series of field notes as short essays, Linda Lai continues to craft possible histories of Hong Kong’s everyday interiority through the lens of “intelligentsia” responses within the filmmaking community in the immediate post-WW2 years. 一連三篇由「細路祥」出發的第二篇：黎肖嫻繼續探討「細路祥」化身銀幕上，成為了甚麼樣的文化資本。小孩所牽連的是一張複雜的管治的權力網。
In a series of 3 articles, Linda Lai shares her field notes in film studies from a Cultural Studies perspective. The first discusses the kid A-Chang (1950), a HK counter-part of Shanghai’s Three Hairs 1940s. 有關香港「細路祥」三篇連載的第一篇，黎肖嫻潛進環繞苦難中的孩子的沈甸甸而充滿矛盾的論述。
The first of a series of articles on children, comic characters, movies and so on, to explore how the “child” is often the subject and object of interpellation to augment instrumental reasons in population management. Linda Lai started with her research notes on Sanmao (Three Hairs), a kid, a comics character created for adults, who has been “resurrected” constantly since his “birth” in 1930s in Shanghai. 以孩子論說苦難，召喚善心的行動，是人口或國民管理常用的工具理性，也是進步思想的倡議的濃縮再現。其實孩子們都是怎樣長大的？我們都曾是孩子。我們是怎樣活過來的？
眼前的一切像多年的堆積，與之共存的是看不見的已被拆毀的家族過去的小節的餘韻。說到家族，也不是家國大族的堂煌，而是一張具體的網，連接、輸送、維繫，有個物理的據點。據點藝術家劉清華的「田野」訪談，拖出了「生存」的問題。如何活？我們如何從過去走到當下？過去的可以延伸下去，因為我們記得，而且還（用方法）記住。A community art project opens the door to a street of rich family stories in To Kwa Wan (Kowloon) for FP artist Jess Lau, thus also an old family story she has not dared to touch until now. Unlike tycoon stories of a growing empire, ordinary family stories are full of “holes” irreparable yet holding together those who refuse to forget.
Minority or majority is not about numbers. Majority practices could often be the conventions set by the minority few whereas what is broadly held may not be represented as “majority” positions. Being in the minority is not being weak. A “minor literature,” to Deleuze, is a strategic position whereby “de-territorialization” begins. 多數或少數與數量無關；多數人奉行的操作可以是少數人所決定的，而大部分人視以為閒常的，未必為主導主流所涵蓋以至突顯。特勒茲論述中的「少數文學」是個可用的據點，是語言表述活動的「反山頭主義式佔領」的開始。
The video essay is an expanding category, from the “film essay” named in the 1960s, generally considered non-fiction, to possible renewal of late 19th-C traveling lecture events which embraces pedagogic as much as fun purposes. Video essay is a form of “direct action” for the here and now, a critical response to the crisis of moving image as mnemontechnics (memory machines) that undermines our agency. 據點的《平地數碼》（2020年11月只2021年6月）志在翻開「散文電影」的系譜溯源，通過延伸的想像，擴大今時今日「錄像文章」的可用性以至成為如何活在當下的據點，對知識的守護和創造採取直接行動。請留意11月5日錄像文章比賽的正式發佈。
Invoking the term “video essay,” Floating Projects advances into a new experiment – to generate a new virtual community through sharing thoughts and sentiments as short videos, a tactical move in our milieu of media convergence. The video essay competition is an experimental action about naming and renaming, and how to survive contemporary society in which personal articulation is more often shut off and short-circuited than encouraged, wherever we are.