Although the Hong Kong Museum of Art is temporarily closed for renovation, Art Square fully maximizes its strength as a wall-less gallery to promote local art and talent. The new exhibition “Wall-less Chit-ChaNt” showcases large-scale artworks connecting various stories and voices of the city. With these artworks and a series of creative activities, we will chat and chant about art with you.
At the centre of Art Square, “Agenda No. 3” is an installation by Freeman Lau. With the unique shape of individual chairs combined into a forum-setting circular structure, the work symbolizes the artist’s vision for expressions of diversity.
Another artwork is an interactive installation by Zheng Bo entitled “Sing for Her”. He introduces the stories of different communities, including the Nepalese, Filipino, Indonesian and others, to Art Square through music videos he made from songs that tell of their culture and histories in the heart of the city.
A Fringe Programme for “Wall-less Chit-ChaNt” exhibition includes a series of interactive activities (Chat Rooms, Lectures, Studios and Phone-in sessions) to know more about local artists.
The events, curated by MaD, take place at 1:00 – 6:00pm at
Art Square, Salisbury Garden, Hong Kong Museum of Art
Enquiry: 3996 1963 / ask@MaD.asia