The sands of the beach are polished by the sun, the sea, the moon, the wind, day by day, into a beautiful white. What will the sand to do with being white? Still a long journey to go. When artists are going into their midlife, how raging is reflected by their works? This is an exhibition showing the diversity of middle age artists. They are voices from the post 60s and 50s/ It is a disclosure of private feelings under specific Hong Kong context. It show the emotional and political complexity on ageing. Also, generation gap is such a focal point in recent political debate, how artists address to this?
Ten local artists from different disciplines are invited to have a reflexive creative responses to the question: how raging starts to have impacts on your spiritual, creative and identity creation after umbrella movement. The exhibition aims at unleashing more voices from post 60's and start up public conversation on cultural meanings of ageing.
Curated by Cally Yu from Grey and Green Ping Pong.
Artists: Ching Wah Chan (painting and text), Enoch Cheung (multimedia), Virginia Sau Man Chu ( music and movement), Bryan Chung Wai Ching (multimedia), Lo King Wah (video), Benny Lau (installation), Anson Mak (sound installation), Annie Wan (ceramics), Cally Yu (text)
11am - 7pm (Tues - Sun & Public Holidays)
Closed on Mondays