The multimedia installation raises questions on the future of work and the role that humans are going to play in an automated society. What will happen to us, if everybody has more time at free disposal?
Dull Boy Jack follows a multimedia approach and unites different disciplines in one performance. The work consists of animation, live sounds, video and dance to showcase an individual’s story, process or situation.
Based on the topic of ecologies, the installation focuses on Kowloon Park as a social place and ecosystem defined by certain and distinctive parameters.
The performance piece combines the disciplines of Classical guitar, dance and painting. Blending them into each other, the performers create new relationships between and alternative emphases on these usually clearly defined subjects.
This site-specific sound installation explores how power and regulations operate in and through particular places, bodies, and social contexts. By looking at different situations and spaces the artists employ a variety of tactics, including soft, interpersonal tactics that rely on social pressure, and hard tactics that employ coercion and force.
This exhibition expresses the different perspectives on loneliness, a feeling, which could be accepted or rejected, that one could feel forced into or could choose. While it is often evoked in solitude, it can also arise even when someone is amongst others: a city like Hong Kong, in all its density and bustle can amplify this feeling.
Kana Nishio and Boram Lee are on a journey of developing self-cognification. Hailing from Tokyo and South Korea respectively, the two artists experienced changes of self-identity in reacting to the new environment of Hong Kong.
The interactive installation LAB9 V1.2 reflects upon the balance of forces and the interrelation between ecologies.