The four Hong Kong artists presented in the exhibition, 'Moving Violations', had been engaged in defining the identity of a city and their relationship to contemporary life in a city through the actions of 'travelling' or 'walking'. Making use of a variety of media, their works bring new insights to traditional reading of a city. The accompanying essays, providing perceptive and thorough analysis of the art works, further open up a discussion on the theme of travel as it relates to visual art. Artist biographies are included. With a foreword by Claire Hsu, Executive Director of the Asia Art Archive.
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Onsite

Location code EXS.HGK.MOV
Language

Chinese - Traditional, 

English

Publication/Creation date

2002

ISBN / ISSN

Nil

No of copies

2

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catalogue

Chapter headings
Moving Violations: Travel as it relates to art

- Pamela KEMBER

Local Tourist: Leung Chi-wo

- HUPPATZ D.J.

The (Dis)position of Absence: Tsang Tak-ping's Objects and Books

- Norman Jackson FORD, 傅德明

A 'Walking Knowledge' of the City and Other Considerations

- Alice Mingwai JIM, 詹明慧

Lateral travelling: urban performance in the work of Young Hay

- Pamela KEMBER

Moving Violations
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Moving Violations, 犯規行為