To Linda C.H. LAI, documentary is a total event that cannot be fully considered without taking into account the intention of the maker, relation between the maker and the documented, the use of the work in its life-span of distribution and circulation, the conversations it invokes, and ...
Elliot Leung responded to an FPC Forum ‘What’s in a Talking Head: narrated selves and event structure,” a participatory art project by Linda C.H. Lai
– YIP, Olivia Wai-ka The Art HK has often been a chance for a friends’ reunion of mine every year in late May. It was never a bad idea to gather old friends for an art fair like this and dine at a local hotpot-restaurant with beers afterwards. I did not mean to be critical at […]
Kimburley Choi's reading of Linda Lai's video tale of cities… Trespassing World Cities 《搖擺過路人》(2005) is a composite of Linda Lai’s tourist-video-style travelogues. Choi proposes the need to inscribe the term "flâneuse" to highlight a gender dimension that "flaneur" may slight.
– Linda C.H. Lai Voices Seen, Images Heard (2009), which will be shown for the first time in Hong Kong, tonight at FPC’s inauguration, has been shown in two different festivals in April, 2010. I have been most enlightened by the various ways audience, critics and curators communicated back to me about my work. […]
Yuejin Ho contemplates on his aural and visual experience in the urban space of Hong Kong and wonders if we should just fall numb to what could be oppressive to our senses. ...
至微的美學經濟／極盡的概念發揮 "Minimum aesthetic economy, maximum conceptual articulation." Linda Lai account for the count-down fortnight to FPC's inauguration exhibition (opening May 22).
Song Zheng makes sense of Italian director Michelangelo Antonioni's L’avventura [The Adventure 奇遇] (1960 / Italy / 143 min / b&w / 1:78). What is forgiveness? Does it always bring peace?