20 + 4 works on quarantine, isolation and (un)wavering thought path VOICES FROM THE ATMOSPHERE, issue #4, D-Normal V-Essay, , FP’s online video zine 「大氣中融融細語」，《平地數碼》網上錄像誌第4期。20+1 段關於隔離、獨思獨處的，堅定也搖擺的影像思路。
THINK-PAD series records PhD researcher Vennes Cheng’s ongoing exploration for an alternative historiographic perspective that asserts the productiveness of histories deemed incomplete as they keep the door open for constant revision. Her objective is to revitalize our critical understanding of art in Hong Kong.
A visit to Gwangju Biennale alerted FPC member Lee Kai-chung to the possibilities of doing an artist’s residency in Seoul to study archiving practices for art, which he did and shared upon his return to HK in “Can’t Live Without.” 「這次駐場計劃是基於第一次在光州雙年展後到訪過MMCA作資料搜集的經驗出發的。那時其實並不知道有駐場計劃可以申請，只是純屬對一個藝術館的好奇…」
To make a monument that does not monumentalize… Linda Lai explains her conception of “Mnemonic Archiving” in which 19 new objects embody her videography to date at Pearl Lam Galleries-Singapore, 7 May – 3 July 2016.
[FP EXHIBITION REVIEW) Josef Bares discusses Lee Kai-chung’s strategy of rendering public records to “becoming private,” “expressing some things and feelings too nuanced to be expressed in words.”