Part 1 of New York-based HK artist Cici Wu’s diary series during her extended stay in Hong Kong beyond her quarantine, while awaiting the next segment of her journey. Dreams, memories and thoughts blend alongside a series of paper-cutting…
Five female artists will juxtapose their works to tackle gender inequality, showing how women across East Asia are fighting hand in hand to reassert their bodily control in their terms.
因讀書會的推介而細讀波茲曼的《娛樂至死》20週年台灣中譯本的據點作者蔡季妙，深刻檢視了作為自然科學的小學教師的本位，策問：有趣的教學和嚴肅深度的學習真的不可共存？Taiwan-based FP writer and science teacher to children Vanessa Tsai read Neil Postman’s Amusing Ourselves to Death and asked if she must choose between entertainment and serious teaching in order to be effective, or if that is a false binary.
Ferocity & Wonderment, on 2022.01.02-02.05, is coming to its final week of open door. Ma Wik (Joyce), one of the duo, shares a poem she wrote in the process of reconfiguring Floating Projects’ rectangular playground and “growing” the objects in it. … 馬域和汪倩的雙個《殘酷與美好》已來到最後一周。馬域一週接一週的耕耘著據點現場長方形的遊戲空間，設置改動又設置其中的小物，有感而發，寫了一首散文詩。
Barren Rock Artchive’s review on the dual-show “Ferocity & Wonderment” (Jan 2-Feb05) at Floating Projects, originally shared on 13 January 2022, is now re-posted at Floating Teatime’ ArtNotes with the author’s permission. 原文發表於無用石的面書和 Instagram (2022.01.13)。感謝分享於「據點一杯茶」文字平台。
2022.01.02-02.05. The duo Ma Wik (Joyce) and Wong Sin (Zero) opened their “Ferocity & Wonderment” with a happening impregnated with recitation and sounds. The two artists share the text of their live reading below… 馬域和汪倩的雙個《殘酷與美好》以即興行為作序幕。聲音和朗誦一地灌滿。朗讀的文本在此分享。
Speaking through faint old objects, FP Manager/writer Wai-leung Lai re-experienced his past as a precarious future as he packed up the public estate flat where he grew up. 與母親收拾細軟之際，據點作者黎偉亮鑽進這個她守望了半個世紀的公屋小宅，順道借舊物說說往事一二，比比今昔。從昏黃細物中，他看見了似近實遠、隱而即現的「未來」。
Make For Green brings together 12 strangers to enact a community of fledging survivors of a coastal community at the edge of time, prompted by 4 sets of brief for action, initiated by Ray LC and other researchers…
MAKE FOR GREEN, conceived by FP member Ray LC with other researchers, resulted in a pop-up exhibition of participatory art works using design fiction approach to actions for climate change. Although the show is finished, Ray shares the process, rationale, and deliverables of this short exercise.
“Micro Narratives 2021: Layered Vision” at Floating Projects | 11 December 2021, 6-8pm | Linda Lai’s pedagogy: materialist cinema, agential realism…