Hong Kong Performance Art Research Project

The CD-ROM is part of a research project conducted by the Hong Kong researcher of Asia Art Archive between July 2005 and November 2006. The research consisted of latitudinal and longitudinal studies of the development of the art form in Hong Kong. Extensive documentation of performances, interviews with artists, and talks compiled during the course of the project have become part of the library collection.

1. Presentation slides
2. Event reference (news and event clippings)

For more information about the project, please refer to 'Project File: Hong Kong Performance Art Research Project'. 
Users who want to access the file can ask library staff for assistance. 

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