Exhibition The Epoch of Futurescape

   © Chris Cheung

Thu, 25.02.2021 -
Sat, 20.03.2021

Goethe-Gallery & Black Box Studio

14/F Hong Kong Arts Centre
No.2 Harbour Road

Media Art Exhibition by Chris Cheung (h0nh1m)

The artist is available for a guided tour during the following time slots:
13.3.2021 (Sat), 11am - 2:00pm
20.3.2021 (Sat), 11am - 2:00pm

Since 2017, Goethe-Institut Hongkong has been partnering with ifva in presenting solo exhibitions for the Festival's Media Art Category local awardees. Following Hui Wai-keung, Kenny Wong and Carla Chan, this year the two parties will present Chris Cheung (h0nh1m)’s first solo media arts exhibition at the Goethe-Gallery and Black Box Studio.
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Exhibition Opening Hours:
9:00am – 8:30pm (Mon-Fri) / 9:30am – 6pm (Sat)
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays

“Inheriting unfinished ambitions, embarking on an enlightening journey.”

After everything we have been through, we have arrived at the present moment and are now considering our future. We understand that art is a never-ending practice.

Ink, stone and calligraphy descend from Eastern aesthetics. The beauty of the sky, the mountains, the sun, the moon, and the stars was captured by ancient literati in poetry, calligraphy and painting; passed down to this day, unforgotten after more than a thousand years. In the digital age, data has become the carrier of memory which also serves to inject new vigour into artistic creation. But will human memory fall into extinction due to interventions in technology?

Chris Cheung (h0nh1m)

   © Chris Cheung Chris Cheung (h0nh1m), avant-garde audiovisual performance and new media artist. His reverence for Eastern and Western philosophy is central to his oeuvre, in which he blends traditional ideology and futuristic imagination to create immersive soundscapes, generative art and data art. His works have been exhibited in Ars Electronica and ZKM. Recently, his art installation Mochiji and InkFlux are collected in Taoyuan Museum of Fine Arts and UOB’s ink art collection. Chris found the artist collectives XCEPT and XCEED in 2008, as well as the XPLOR lab and FutureTense platform.