“…I am still not very used to carrying a camera. Scenes captured in the footage do not have little similarity with what I actually saw on the spot.” Winnie Yan, curator for “Back & Forth,” recalls her videography one year ago.
“Be the rolling stones,” an alter graduation art show, ignited discussions on experimental actions and moving images as the makers’ unique connection with the lifeworld. Winnie Yan interviewed some of the participating artists…
Through the looking glass, FP member Kel Lok traces an everlasting sentiment nourished from his childhood, a deep view on the fantastic planet Eureka 7 and the episode “Psalms of the Planets.”
FP member Kel Lok tells the tales of “those swords,” “those soldiers,” “that house” and “that model,” which embody moments of his life, his temperaments and his persistence that are best presented as toys in TOY AS MEDIUM, opening 20 November 2016 at Floating Projects.
FP member Wong Fuk-kuen’s long-lasting fascination with B-Daman finds way to his art practices today. What’s going to be “B-Daman art”?
FP member Kelvin Lam’s “castle on rainy days” and Jess Lau’s “pirates’ boat,” “extreme environments” and “ET arriving” mark many HK children’s fantasy play with space or the lack of it. To reproduce these childhood experiences in FP WIP opening 20 Nov 2016, what are they going to show us?
Critique, review, critique, self-discovery, artistic experimentation, critique, articulation, self-discovery… Wong Fuk-kuen finds himself in this recurrent routine Floating Projects highly values. Extreme modes of artistic exploration of things in our physical world often push us (him) in the direction of science… Danger, Wong finds, is the unique interface he generates in his exploration.
Hugo Yeung accounts for what his first solo show, What Death Tells Me, tells him about cinema. Shuttling between sound, image and story, the drifting open-ended journey amounts to a narrative mode and experience afforded only by digital data and computational cinema.
Some works are to be sensed rather than comprehended… Winnie Yan finds a natural connection with Jess Lau and Kin-choi Lam’s duet — with their art pieces as much as the two individuals. …能找到兩位同伴會默默地感受一場雨…絕不容易。
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.