A first major publication on Hong Kong video art. This book gives an overview of the artistic development of the video and installation works by Hong Kong video artist Ellen Pau. Articles on the personal, aesthetic, social and political aspects of Ellen's video works juxtapose the historical development of video art in Hong Kong, this book can at least raise the awareness of video art in Hong Kong contemporary art scene and distinguish the identity of video art in Hong Kong from China and elsewhere.

Artist and authors' biographies included. Written in both Chinese and English.

Access level

Onsite

Location code MONL.PAE
Language

Chinese - Traditional, 

English

Publication/Creation date

2004

No of pages

240

ISBN / ISSN

0975335405

No of copies

2

Content type

artist monograph

Chapter headings
Introduction - Elaine W. NG, 伍穎瑜
Hong Kong and the Nouvelle Vague - Simon WINCHESTER
For Some Reasons - Ellen PAU, 鮑藹倫
Disgused in White - WONG Yuenling, 黃婉玲
Urban Rhythms and Moving Images: The Media Art of Ellen Pau - Alice Mingwai JIM, 詹明慧
Mirrors of Absence - Pamela KEMBER
Video Circle - Ellen PAU, 鮑藹倫
His-Story and Her-Story: Talking of Differences - Dorotea ETZLER, Wolf-Guenter THIEL
Reflecting Media: 10 Notes on Video - Ellen PAU, 鮑藹倫
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