Blog, Edition 2015, TC 2015
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HOT POT – Spicy Little Art Festival


Transcultural and Cross-disciplinary Art
Performances and Installations

What happens if 22 artists from Asia and Europe from a wide range of art and design disciplines are collaborating for 14 weeks? HOT POT – Spicy Little Art Festival proudly presents the final works of 6 art collectives, an explosive blend of cultural and artistic ingredients from Hong Kong, Mainland China, Taiwan, Japan, Switzerland, Germany, Austria and Romania. Come and taste two days of hard-boiled, finger lickin’ crisp or tenderly melting performances and installations.

Friday, 20 November, 8pm

Connecting Space Hong Kong, G/F, 18-20 Fort Street, North Point, Hong Kong
Performance: “The ABC of Human Connections” DJ-Set by DJ Sniff

Saturday, 21 November, 5pm

Kai Tak Campus, Academy of Visual Arts, Baptist University, 51 Kwun Tong Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong (MTR Choi Hung, Exit A2)
Performances & Installations: “Ab(sence)”, “Tutu & Ida in Hong Kong”, “How to Disappear (Almost Completely)”, “Fucking Dead Banana”, “What?!” Afterparty with DJ Yao! Keep it boiling with drinks, food and dance till late!

This event is part of the transcultural and cross-disciplinary graduate semester program called “Transcultural Collaboration” initiated by the Zurich University of the Arts in cooperation with various art universities from Hong Kong, Mainland China, Taiwan and Japan. The program is mainly taking place in Hong Kong as part of the collaboration platform “Connecting Spaces Hong Kong – Zurich”. For more information on “Transcultural Collaboration” please visit our website:
Main Partners

Zurich University of the Arts; HK City University/School of Creative Media; China Academy of Art Hangzhou/School of Intermedia Art; Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Additional Partners

Taipei National University of the Arts; HK Baptist University/Academy of Visual Arts; Tokyo University of the Arts/Department of Fine Arts

Supported by

Mercator Foundation Switzerland

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