'After something, my eyelids are hard to close every night. My feet wander aimlessly in the city like shuffling songs…'. Where will we go when we set foot on the road on a sleepless night?
Lidless Shuffle is an installation exhibition, exploring a laying low ambience in our secular life. Through a series of interviews and city hunts, we combine videos, texts and ceramics sculptures, creating some imaginary road stories with a few seemingly aimless sleepless people. It is a wish to fabricate a fast and blurred journey to make marks in a time like this.
Epical Chamber is an artist group formed by Leung Ka Man and Ocean Leung in 2018. Their art project focuses on collecting stories through interviews, field study, etc. and using videos, texts, and images to construct narrative poetry of the present, the minuscule and fragmentary. Past exhibitions: Sleepwalkers' Vision (2020), Under The Bridge Art Project: Once Upon A Dragon Interchange (2021), etc.
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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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