28–31 MARCH 2024
CENTRAL HARBOURFRONT
HONG KONG

Chan Wai Lap

The Lonesome Changing Room
Presented by Contemporary by Angela Li

By constructing a changing room-like, private environment within a public space, the artist Chan Wai Lap and performer Chan Wai Lok invited the audience to reinvestigate the relationship between individuality and the community in response to the pandemic. The performance-installation was an integration of the artists’ research and personal experience, allowing visitors to act as intruders to the artists’ or other people’s privacy, creating an intimate dialogue.

Lynn Liang and Ivan Chan

Ink Reveries
Presented by Chris Cheung Hon Him (h0nh1m) at UOB Art Space

The site-specific interactive and immersive installation demonstrates a forest of 63 bamboo canes, representing 63 years of climate change. As visitors breeze through the bamboo grove, ink ebbs and flows according to thermodynamic changes. Upon thermal transfer from visitors’ palms, the ink gently disappears from the bamboo canes. Human touch defines the changing scenery, symbolising the cause and effect of human activities on our environment. The choreographical interactions of Lynn Liang and Ivan Chan with the installation, suggest the interrelation of nature and human lives, poetically empowers visitors to experience, and to rethink our relationship with nature and the possibility of human-nature coexistence in the future.

28–31 MARCH 2024
CENTRAL HARBOURFRONT