“Money Supply” 《貨幣供應》 a show by Yasmine Huang, opened on a quiet Saturday on 11 May, to explore how art and social criticism may work together. The opening gathered a dozen of spontaneous visitors who readily turned her concern into ramifications of many burning questions of art beyond politics. 《貨幣供應》在晴朗溫煦的週末黃昏開幕，黃安瀾的四組作品是她對藝術創作與息息相關的生活、經濟課題可以如何銜接的策問，由研究出發，招引到場的來訪者恰巧都興致勃勃，把眼前的作品打開，引發各種與創作有關的閒談。
王鎮海從「據點。句點」第一屆西班牙哥多華C3A駐場藝術家計劃回來，經過分享展出，三個月的經驗沈澱，輕淡的幾個星期的外遊回眷成為另類的藝術家駐場觀察，無拘的接連。「我卻終於淺嘗放慢生活節奏及專心創作的三星期，實在得來不易。」香港。哥多華。香港。FP Art Engineer Wong Chun-hoi has been back in Hong Kong from his C3A artist residency for several months, dropping concrete objects he created in a pop-up exhibition, tracing his footprints as an alien, and now weaving strands of existential moments — an alternative way to “report” on the three weeks he spent in Cordoba. “Alas! I finally got to taste a bit of living slowly and focusing on making. This is nothing to be taken for granted,” he said.
Curator, scholar and contributor to HK01, ZENG Hong, interviewed Linda C.H. Lai on her attempt to bring art and the sciences together in her research-based curatorial project “Algorithmic Art: Shuffling Space & Time”…學者及《香港01》特約作者曾泓訪問《演算藝術：劃破時空》策展人黎肖嫻，談這個研究為本的計劃背後對藝術與科學對話的願景和實踐。
…the world is interpreted as a body of infinite folds and surfaces that twist and weave through compressed time and space. — Simon O-Sullivan on Gilles Deleuze> Lost Textures is the work of artist cum historiographer, Linda Lai, in collaboration with experimental artists Winnie Yan and Michelle Lee from the Floating Projects Collective (FPC) […]
完成「據點。句點」第一屆西班牙哥多華C3A駐場藝術家計劃的Jessica Fu回顧一個月的體驗，再次覺悟她我的特定環境裝置作品往往是個引導體，領觀眾超越可見作品的本身朝向為可見的未來，應對數據爆發的時代的無助感。Jessica Fu completed her month-long residency in Cordoba’s C3A, FP’s first edition of artist’s residency at Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, Cordoba, Spain. She understands her site-specific installations are often visible vehicles that lead their beholder to the unknown visible of the future and, personally, her response to a sense of helplessness living in a milieu of exploding data yet kept esoteric by authorities.
Zach McLane “returns” to FP with a new video work and expanded notes after his last and first visit to Hong Kong in September 2018. In renewed confidence of his own language, in words or images, Zach turned a strip of trashed 35mm film found in a backyard creek into the preserved evidence of an unknown yet concrete history. A documentary impulse of his pushed physical marks, scratches and patterning into the materialization of an absence now surfacing as perceivable forms and motions.
Individual works from “Nothing Can Come Closer”: Yip Kai-chun, Yan Wai-yin Winnie 《無法取得位置》作品逐個講：葉啟俊、忻慧妍
Individual works from “Nothing Can Come Closer”: Lam Kin-choi, Wong Fuk-kuen《無法取得位置》作品逐個講：林建才、黃福權
FP Writer and Artist Winnie Yan’s glimpses of the TIAF 2018 highlights how seeing differently in animation is rooted in the technology that evolves around and generates the art form. To some animation artists, the single frame, as opposed to the shot in live action film/video, is the basic unit of experimentation, or that all innovative animation works are intermedia in nature. Either way, the persistence of vision makes our eyes unique apparatus connecting to the world of the unknown imaginary.