心裡無雲，都總可以推理治情，開拓感知。水中有明鏡，明鏡在心中。又或者，有些事情你總是咬著不放。You deserve to be heard. Features, expository and argumentative pieces, in-depth commentary and research-based writing… … Our mind takes forms — thought paths, a statue, a floating object, a system of tales, …
How not to forget history? Wai-leung Lai turns to the concrete contribution of an object-based approach in installation art, following up on his last piece on the show Mending Years to assert the place of the non-expert in completing an art event as a form of social commemoration. 據點作者黎偉亮要求「歷史毋忘」要具體，也許在以「物」為軸的場域特定展覽《縫補歲月》中，他找到了裝置藝術所盛載的一點貢獻。
FP writer Wai-leung Lai visited group "Mending Years" as sounds from the past collaged to invoke contradicting thoughts about the 1960s and 1970s. Is there a single reading of the past? He starts with Linda Lai's "Domestic Moonlighting," Wong Kar-wai's films and more. 「據點」作者黎偉亮徐步於「縫補歲月」的五人展場中，聲頻片段拼貼湊合的氛圍喚起的是矛盾不一的記憶與論述。到底上世紀六七十年代是怎樣的？真能客觀定斷嗎？先由黎肖嫻的《家居副業》和王家衛等說起。
To fill in the almost unconquerable blank spaces of her grand parents' days through the 1960s-80s, Winsome Wong asked her father to write what he remembers, a precious piece to add to the puzzles of Hong Kong's so-calle “golden age” of manufacturing industries. 為了填補照片和家常對話所留下的空白，黃慧心發現最好的下一步是請當年寫文章了得的父親去紀錄他的父母親的軼事，呈現的不單是她祖母模糊不解的過去，更是香港上世紀六十到八十年代小市民掙扎著活下去的面貌的清晰碎片。
[Mending Years 縫補歲月] Domestic Moonlighting (2023) adapts a work commissioned for the 9th Shanghai Biennale (2012-13). In the current iteration, Linda Lai highlights domestic moonlighting by women and children in HK in the 1960s-80s, estimated to value at postal volume of 57.5 million kg for RMB94.7 million, sent from Hong Kong to China. 《家居副業》（2023）。黎肖嫻的郵政考察顯示出上世紀六十到八十年代期間，香港婦女和小孩的家居副業從香港向中國支援，投遞了約五千七百五十萬公斤的小郵包物資，郵資總值九千四百七十萬人民幣。還有...
Another anthropocene scenario, a critical reflection of our environmental consciousness through an ornithologist's observation. What can we do, FP contributor Vanessa Tsai asks. 蔡季妙看著生活環境的惡化和資源分配的傾斜，慨嘆個體的無能為力，亦為環保意識中的一些矯枉過正作出反思，她問：你想做甚麼？你願意犧牲甚麼？你能做甚麼？
29 short pieces of videography by 24 young makers enacting their presence, human-tool assemblage, and the making of experiences from fragments of attentive moments ...
Are perspectives on diseases without a human agent (empirical perspective) possible? “ From the disease image perspective (o1) through the cooperative discourse (02-03), and the “war frame” (04), Hector Rodriguez advances a point of view that conceives of a person as part and support of an ecological community. And what if “the bacteria that inhabit a person’s body are to a large extent unique to that person”? The assumptions of a microbial ecosystem define what it means to be person, so that a person is an ecological community. How ought we to think of personal identity when we consider the role of built spaces and dynamic interactions in shaping our microbial signatures?
“Field notes” series (2022) Look at That Picture begins with graduate researcher Tse Lam-hei’s close study of a drawing by local artist Ho Sin-tung, which Tse turns into a found archaeological object, tackled with rich descriptions. 研究員筆記「定睛看」系列的首篇。謝琳禧鑽進本地藝術家何倩彤的一張手繪，用考古的態度、方法，和精細調理歷史的精神，把何的圖像層層剝開。
Floating Projects is taking part in Gudskul’s fifth year of Contemporary Art Collective and Ecosystem Studies, this time part of Documenta 15. FPC members John Chow and Dory Cheng participates in their 50-day co-living to gain first-hand understanding of lumbung practice, a sharing model.
黃福權把在遊走和行山時收錄到的竹林、海灘、飛過的航班、機場鐵路、拉膠紙等聲音元素，散種在油街一個半個足球場大小的卵石池上。是記錄、實驗、追憶、信物…。Fuk-kuen Wong planted sounds he collected from everyday walking and hiking trip onto a pool of pebbles of half-size of a soccer field on Oil Street. His recordings are documentation as much as token and gift for memories to pass.