'Visual Research Methods' students at CUHK explored aspects of Hong Kong everyday life in their final works with a theme 'Hong Kong customs and traditions' in Spring 2012. Floating Projects Collective will host some of their videographic essays with the first-time makers and their instructor Dr. Hannah Wirman present for a post-screening discussion
Independent filmmaker Evans Chan will show two of his works at Floating Projects, "Bauhinia" (2002) and "Two or Three Things about Kan Youwei" (2012), relating them to his general practice of alternative history through cinema.
FPC member Lilian Fu's ADC-funded project is a animated documentary, in fact, a work resulting from a long process of visual ethnography that involved interviews, photography, drawings and videography. Screening will be followed by a critique session with the artist.
Jolene Mok's ADC funded video research is a study of five children learning to play the piano... Discussion follows after screening.
2010.07.31 - 08.15
The gallery floor is covered in charcoal portraits. The portraits are drawn from a bird’s eye view, as if looking down at a mass of mingling people from above. Wendy Tai's solo show at the Floating Projects Collective...
Linda Lai's What's in a Talking Head project is a multi-disciplinary take on recorded interviews of talking heads… Cultural Studies, Cinema Studies and a feminist stance on knowledge production meeting through visual ethnography.
2010.05.22 - 06.13
FPC's grand opening exhibition on May 22, 2010 (Saturday - 6:00pm) will showcase the latest works-in-progress of its core members Linda Lai, Lilian Fu, Jolene Mok and Cheung Yu-tsz.