'A Realm with No Coordinates' is a Hong Kong-Taiwan art exchange project which began in 2006. The team includes ten artists, four writers and three curators from both places. Exhibitions has already been held in 1a space (Hong Kong), and in Taipei and Tainan. It now returns to Hong Kong with a documentary exhibition showing the development of the project, activities and critical observations gained through the project. Two sessions of roundtable discussions were held to accompany the exhibition opening, inviting guests to extend the examination of the problem of global/local identity and subjectivities in visuality as initiated by the artworks.
First Session: Identity and Visuality in the Global Era
Time: 10:00am – 12:30pm
Venue: Sir Run Run Shaw Hall Foyer Gallery, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Host: Oscar Ho
Panel: Chen Kai Huang, Fabian Heubel, Leo Ou-fan Lee, Pang Lai-kwan, Pan Ta Hien
(Conducted in Putonghua)
Second Session: Glocality of Post 97 Hong Kong Art
Time: 2:30pm – 4:30pm
Venue: Sir Run Run Shaw Hall Foyer Gallery
Host: Jaspar Lau Kin Wah
Panel: Artists from A Realm with No Coordinates, Kurt Chan Yuk Keung, Selina Ho, Luke Ching
(Conducted in Cantonese)
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