Venue: Diana Cheung Experimental Gallery, 3/F Hong Kong Arts Centre 
Date: 2021.09.05 - 2021.10.01
Time: 10:00 - 18:00 *Exhibition opening hours may change if Shouson Theatre has matinee performances. 
Price: Free Admission 

*Opening hours on 09.05 will be 14:00 - 18:00

Landing on the East

‘Landing on the East’ is the first thematic exhibition by Tang Kwong San and Yuen Nga Chi.

A landing project imagined from the perspective of astronauts, in which the gravitational pull of the moon affects the tides and leads them upon a discovery of a Hong Kong we never know.

With photography, video and installation featuring the deserted borders of Tung Ping Chau and picking up on abandoned objects washed up on the tourist-filled beaches, the exhibition creates an otherworldly visual space through interspersing with objects, islands and the moon.

As the tide rises and falls, the astronaut lifts off again.


- About the Artists - 

TANG Kwong San

Tang Kwong San received his BAFA from RMIT University, Australia, in 2019. His practice combines photographs, drawings, objects and video that trace intergenerational family memories and social history. Through reorganising and reinterpreting old belongings, family photo albums and documents in a range of media, Tang explores the subtle, intricate and complex connections between longing, loss and belonging. Tang has been invited to participate in various exhibitions, solo exhibition of ‘NIGHTBIRDS’ (Gallery EXIT); solo exhibition of ‘Wanding. At Sea’ (HiddenSpace).


YUEN Nga Chi

Through photography to explore the contradictions and gaps in society. As a family member, Yuen Nga Chi is aware of the formation of self-worth and social consciousness of parents in micro view, extend to the meaning of home. In recent years, she has observed the power and analogic relationship between humans and animals.

‘4 9 39 33 27 45 35’ Photobook was shortlisted in the 6th Singapore International Photography Festival Photobook Open Call in 2018. She received a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Visual Arts from Hong Kong Baptist University in 2019. and awarded the WMA Young Talent Award in the Graduation Exhibition of the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University.

Tang Kwong San and Yuen Nga Chi’s collective artwork Somewhere in Time is selected as a Finalist of the WMA Master Awards (Light) in 2019/20.


- Curator - 

LEE Wing Ki

LEE Wing Ki Kalen (b. 1981 Hong Kong) is a photographer, researcher, curator and educator. His works were exhibited in Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, USA, UK and many others. A recipient of British Chevening Scholarship and Asian Cultural Council Fellowship, he is currently an Assistant Professor at Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University and a curatorial member of 1a space, Hong Kong.

- Artist Tour - 
1. The First Artist Tour
Date: 12.09.2021 (Sun)
Time: 13:00 – 14:00
Venue: Diana Cheung Experimental Gallery, 3/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre
2. The Second Artist Tour
Date: 26.09.2021 (Sun)
Time: 13:00 – 14:00

Venue: Diana Cheung Experimental Gallery, 3/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre
 - Conversation with Artist and Curator - 
Date: 19.09.2021 (Sun)
Time: 17:30 – 18:30
Venue: 3/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre
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‘HKAC CREATORS FOR TOMORROW’ is a new initiative launched by the Hong Kong Arts Centre (HKAC) in 2020 to nurture and support Hong Kong emerging artists and curators who are attempting to launch a professional career in arts to gain practical experiences through programme planning, creation, and execution. The scheme accepts proposals for solo exhibitions or themed group exhibitions of various contemporary art forms and disciplines (Visual Art, New Media Art, Comic Art, Sound Art and Cross-disciplinary Arts) to be held at the Diana Cheung Experimental Gallery (3F, HKAC).


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To reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19, the presenter have implemented the following precautionary measures:-

  • Temperature scanning and facemasks are mandatory for all visitors. The presenter reserves the right to refuse entry to any persons who refuse to check their body temperature, or whose body temperature is higher than 37.5 degrees Celsius (as indicated by the temperature detector used by the presenter) or to those who have significant respiratory infections into the venue;
  • Visitors are required to provide personal information or scan "LeaveHomeSafe" venue QR code before admission.
  • Visitors are required to follow the venue instructions during the exhibition, maintain a 1.5 m social distance and avoid gathering more than four people.

The presenter will review the situation and adjust the measures if necessary. The presenter reserves the right to the final decision on the arrangement. We appreciate your understanding. 



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