Exhibition:Table(s) of contents

【Programme Update】

To comply with the latest government disease prevention regulations, JCNAP Finale Programme Table(s) of Contents exhibition and lecture performances held from 8 to 29 January 2022 at Soho Yard will be cancelled. No postponement will be further arranged. We regret any inconvenience this may have caused.

JCNAP will continue to present a series of online programme for the Finale Programme: Table(s) of Contents. Details will be announced soon. Stay tuned!

Event Information

Soho Yard (19 Old Bailey Street, Central)
2022.01.08-29
Opening Hours: 12:00-20:00 (14, 15, 21, 23.1.2021 Opening Hours: 12:00-19:30)

Free Admission, pre-registration is required.

Tables of varied materials, shapes and conditions, intricately merge and form the four groups of exhibits.

Each table showcases the creative and interaction content produced by Ata Wong x Cam Wong, Janice Poon x Wong Sze-yi, Lam Pui-lim Anson x Verdy Leung, Alain Chiu x Nicholas Wong, where they are sharing a table for exchange of ideas and thoughts.  KaCaMa Design Lab is invited to design and created the “tables”.

  • Suitable for ages 12 or above.
  • Free admission, registration required.

No Discipline Limited

No Discipline Limited (NDL) was founded by independent curator – Orlean Lai, in 2019. NDL serves to unleash imagination and creativity through broader cross-disciplinary collaboration. One of its initiatives is to assemble a creative laboratory where intermedia experiment and cross-cultural collaboration can generate synergy.

As a modern convener of encounters among cultural / arts practitioners, NDL continuously push the limits of curatorial visionary, with a primary focus on contemporary arts / performance. Its past and current projects include dialogue series Performance Matters, co-curated by Orlean Lai, Dick Wong (choreographer/ director/ performer) and Lai Sim-fong (dramaturge/ theatre practitioner) in 2020; commissioned community art project series Mountain No Mountain (2021-2022), collaborated with Vangi Fong (visual and community art curator). NDL is also planning an international artists-in-residence programme Something Foreign, which was temporarily obstructed due to the pandemic situation.

NDL has recently curated and produced an auditory performance – Truth within Earshot? with composer / sound artist Alain Chiu, and a land | scape performance – Objects Lie on A Table with visual artists Ivy Ma and Ng Tsz-kwan in 2021.

Orlean Lai

Orlean Lai founded her production unit – orleanlaiproject (www.orleanlaiproject.net), focuses on curating hybrid collaborations across performing art and visual art, in exploring new possibility of presentation formats and fuse the boundary of art forms and mediums.

Orlean has curated Zoo as Metaphor (2014 at Oi!), which has attempted to adopt exhibition space for an experiential journey of narrative and performance; while the new edition of Zoo as Metaphor 2 (2018 at New Vision Arts Festival) has evolved from a crossed form of exhibition and performance into an experiential journey of social experiment.

Other collaborative projects include: Songs of Portrait (2018) with Nerve and Cheuk Cheung expanded the medium of documentary beyond the screen to live performance on stage, illustrating the lives and practices of performers from the traditions of Kunqu, Noh and Italian opera. In 2017, orleanlaiproject also featured the intermedia collaborative performance, Claustrophobia with Vee Leong, Tam Wai-ping and Yuen Cheuk-wa, which experimented with integrating installation, sonic writing, and soundscape into a parallel narrative performance.

In 2018 & 2019, orleanlaiproject was commissioned by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council to curate the Finale programme series for the Jockey Club New Arts Power. The projects were: Swim Walking (2018) – a series of art journeys held in the Central / Sheung Wan district; and Wild is the Grass (2019) – a series of site-responsive performances held at the heritage site of Tai Kwun.

In 2019, she founded another organisation – No Discipline Limited, aims to foster more cross disciplinary experiment and cross-cultural collaboration.

Orlean was Asia Cultural Council Fellowship recipient of 2016.

Dick Wong

A graduate of Journalism, Dick Wong left the publishing industry to pursue a career in contemporary dance and theatre. Since 2006, he toured extensively in Europe and Asia with B.O.B.* (2006), 1+1 (2009) and Tri_K (2010). Recent works include The Rite of Spring (2016), We Are Now Six (2019), I See (2019) and U & I (2021).

Named Artist of the Year (Dance) in the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards 2018, Wong is also an avid practitioner in devising creative research projects and has collaborated with City Contemporary Dance Company, Hong Kong Dance Alliance, Unlock Dancing Plaza and Zuni Icosahedron etc.

Lai Sim-fong, Zoe

Zoe graduated with the Master of Fine Arts in Theatre Practice at University of Exeter (UK), learning from master Phillip Zarrilli in psycho-physical approach. She also got BA in Cultural studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Ms. Lai works as an independent dramaturg in theatre and contemporary dance. Recent works include Remote Hong Kong by Rimini Protokoll, Testimony by Rooftop Productions and Stay/Away by Hook Dance Theatre x Artistree. Her public education project for Tai Kwun: Edible Performance won the Good Design Award Japan 2020.

Creators:
Ata Wong x Cam Wong
Janice Poon x Wong Sze-yi
Verdy Leung x Lam Pui-lim Anson
Nicholas Wong x Alain Chiu

Table Design: KaCaMa Design Lab

Lighting Design: Christopher Mok

Production Manager: Lam Hing-lun

Stage Manager: Kami Ng

Graphic Design: Pollux Kwok

Promotional Photo: Thomson Ho

Curated and Produced by No Discipline Limited

House Programme

  • Hong Kong Arts Development Council reserves the right to add, withdraw or substitute artists and/ or vary advertised programmes. In case of dispute, the decision of HKADC is final.
  • Hong Kong Arts Development Council fully supports freedom of artistic expression. The views and opinions expressed in this programme do not represent the stand of the Council nor the Funder.

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Event Information

Soho Yard (19 Old Bailey Street, Central)
2022.01.08-29
Opening Hours: 12:00-20:00 (14, 15, 21, 23.1.2021 Opening Hours: 12:00-19:30)

Free Admission, pre-registration is required.

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