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24.12.2019 | art, exhibition
威尼斯雙年展 — 人文風景

18.12.2019 | exhibition
One Wandered, One Wondered.
During my internship at the Hong Kong Pavilion which started in September, I photographed countless visitors who saunter through our wooden-door entrance
26.11.2019 | art, exhibition, lifestyle
What the Water Gave Me, dedicated to those I met in Venice
20.10.2019 | art, exhibition
A Quick Guide to Italian Greetings and Farewells
How to greet people in Italian and why does it even matter?
27.09.2019 | art, exhibition
When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Limoncello
An account of how to respond in a case of artwork emergency (Venice edition)
22.09.2019 | art

09.09.2019 | art, exhibition
Stakeholders: Exhibition staff in Venice
The title of this year’s Hong Kong exhibition at the 58th Venice Biennale is “Stakeholders: Hong Kong in Venice,” through which artist Shirley Tse proposes a world-view where everyone is a stakeholder. Here, I would like to introduce some of the stakeholders of the Venice Biennale–the Biennale exhibition staff. These are the indispensable but unacknowledged individuals who spend the most time at the exhibitions, who take care of the artworks and venues, greet and aid dazed and confused visitors, and make sure the show go on (or not) under whatever circumstances.
09.09.2019 | art, exhibition
(May) We All Live in Interesting Times

“May You Live in Interesting Times,” the title of the 58th edition of the Venice Biennale, is said to be an ancient Chinese curse, though none of the Chinese here at the Biennale, at least those I have met, seem to have any inkling where this comes from.