The Notion of “Home” is a Recurrent Subject in Leung’s Artistic Practice

The Notion of “Home” is a Recurrent Subject in Leung’s Artistic Practice

The notion of “home” is a recurrent subject in Leung’s artistic practice. Leung first created Open Home in 2007 after visiting a number of local residences to explore the living spaces of Hong Kong people and their intimate relationship with it. The project, which was viewed in a flat by appointment only, featured 30 monologues by different people talking about their homes. “I worked on this project from 2005 through 2008,” says Leung.
Life is hard. Why do we make it so easy?

Life is hard. Why do we make it so easy?

Currently residing on the beautiful island of Lantau, Zheng Bo has been working closely with a variety of plants, creating some amazing ecological artworks over the years.
#danceless – Reaching Liberation Through Challenges

#danceless – Reaching Liberation Through Challenges

“When her face is flushing, she becomes free.” Ong Yong Lock (Lock), Artistic Director of Unlock Dancing Plaza, recalls an occasion when he led a group of married women in a #danceless workshop at an arts festival in South Korea. It was a poignant moment when the participant was at her most authentic and liberated self.
Arts Talk: New Normal for The Arts amid the Pandemic

Arts Talk: New Normal for The Arts amid the Pandemic

In the first half of 2020, cities and countries started to barricade themselves while social distancing became the new normal. All group activities have come to a pause with the once-bustling arts venues now closed. Hong Kong is not immune from these measures, prompting the cancellations of arts programmes. The performing arts sector may become harsher than a Siberian winter, but art is known for its will to survive and thrive. In fact, as we try to stay sane while confined at home, arts and culture becomes an indispensible channel to stay connected with the world. Opportunities do arise from crisis, and the new normal for life during the epidemic may not be as insufferable as imagined.
Outside Space and Time: A Love Letter to Life Itself

Outside Space and Time: A Love Letter to Life Itself

Have you ever imagined that you could go back in time and make better choices? While time travel remains the preserve of science fiction, art can offer just the thrill you need to spark your imagination. A good artist produces creative works that transcend life and death, time and space. Scheduled to take the stage this autumn, Au-delà du Temps by La P en V Innovative Dance Platform offers an opportunity to reflect on the true meaning of life and time through the art of dance.
The Notion of “Home” is a Recurrent Subject in Leung’s Artistic Practice

The Notion of “Home” is a Recurrent Subject in Leung’s Artistic Practice

The notion of “home” is a recurrent subject in Leung’s artistic practice. Leung first created Open Home in 2007 after visiting a number of local residences to explore the living spaces of Hong Kong people and their intimate relationship with it. The project, which was viewed in a flat by appointment only, featured 30 monologues by different people talking about their homes. “I worked on this project from 2005 through 2008,” says Leung.
Life is hard. Why do we make it so easy?

Life is hard. Why do we make it so easy?

Currently residing on the beautiful island of Lantau, Zheng Bo has been working closely with a variety of plants, creating some amazing ecological artworks over the years.
#danceless – Reaching Liberation Through Challenges

#danceless – Reaching Liberation Through Challenges

“When her face is flushing, she becomes free.” Ong Yong Lock (Lock), Artistic Director of Unlock Dancing Plaza, recalls an occasion when he led a group of married women in a #danceless workshop at an arts festival in South Korea. It was a poignant moment when the participant was at her most authentic and liberated self.
Arts Talk: New Normal for The Arts amid the Pandemic

Arts Talk: New Normal for The Arts amid the Pandemic

In the first half of 2020, cities and countries started to barricade themselves while social distancing became the new normal. All group activities have come to a pause with the once-bustling arts venues now closed. Hong Kong is not immune from these measures, prompting the cancellations of arts programmes. The performing arts sector may become harsher than a Siberian winter, but art is known for its will to survive and thrive. In fact, as we try to stay sane while confined at home, arts and culture becomes an indispensible channel to stay connected with the world. Opportunities do arise from crisis, and the new normal for life during the epidemic may not be as insufferable as imagined.
Outside Space and Time: A Love Letter to Life Itself

Outside Space and Time: A Love Letter to Life Itself

Have you ever imagined that you could go back in time and make better choices? While time travel remains the preserve of science fiction, art can offer just the thrill you need to spark your imagination. A good artist produces creative works that transcend life and death, time and space. Scheduled to take the stage this autumn, Au-delà du Temps by La P en V Innovative Dance Platform offers an opportunity to reflect on the true meaning of life and time through the art of dance.