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‘Poetry on Film’ is a video commission initiative by M+ featuring four short films by four emerging local artists
Renowned film director Park Chan-wook reviews the Hong Kong classic, ‘Days of Being Wild’
Lui Shou-kwan’s archive sheds light on Hong Kong’s cultural networks and groups, the artist’s legacy, and Hong Kong’s art history development
Artist Lin Yilin discusses his performance piece 'Typhoon', in which he walks slowly on stilts through the colonial arcades of Guangzhou
Meet the shortlisted artists of Sigg Prize 2023 and learn about their unique visions for addressing urgent contemporary issues through their artwork
How are artists and makers shaping how we live in response to the climate emergency?
An examination of digital culture’s diverse roles within society through the works of artists, designers, architects and thinkers.
An exploration of understudied topics by unfamiliar makers, telling untold stories and offering fluid, expanded perspectives on visual culture.
An examination of the networked nature of the region around Hong Kong in relation to the global south.
Uncover the synergy of poetry and cinema in ‘Poetry on Film’ – an M+ initiative empowering young filmmakers in Hong Kong
Chu Hoi Ying collaborated with dancers and choreographers to explore the nightmarish experience of falling seriously ill in response to Yam Gong’s poem ‘Daily Life’
Lee Wai Shing’s short film focuses on family in response to Huang Canran’s poem ‘So Close’, narrating a son’s journey to visit his mother in North Point
Artist Jolene Mok contrasts the movements of Hong Kong’s sparrows with different forms of local transport in response to Hong Fu’s poem ‘Suppose a Few Birds Fly By’
A short film by STEP C., inspired by Eric Lui’s poem ‘A Snail in a Phone Box,’ evokes a poignant atmosphere of urban loneliness and longing
Koel Chu explores how artists have drawn from arresting film scenes, navigating the dynamic relationship between poetry and cinema.
Jes Fan’s sculptures fuse human-made and organic elements, inviting visceral responses that question binary thinking
Miao Ying explores Chinese internet culture through installations and simulations that challenge our perceptions
Wang Tuo’s films blend interviews, reality shows, and theatre, exposing society’s absurdities and intertwining histories
Xie Nanxing’s radical paintings challenge tradition, using humour and absurdity to reflect on isolation and environmental neglect
Trevor Yeung’s mixed media works delve into human relations, artificial nature, and emotional scenarios
Yu Ji’s sculptures and installations evoke eerie disengagement, exploring complex relationships between people and things
Video interviews with artists and makers from the M+ Collections accompanied by Hong Kong Sign Language (HKSL) interpretation
Discover the unique artistic practice of Leung Kui Ting, whose ink paintings blend traditional and abstract elements to explore transience and beauty in the natural world
Behind-the-scenes interviews with five Hong Kong artists who created short films for M+’s ‘Hong Kong as Mise-en-scène’ video commission project
Conceptual artist and painter Michael Lin discusses his practice and how he connects his artwork with audiences
‘Hong Kong as Mise-en-scène’ is a video commission initiative by M+ featuring five short films by five emerging local artists
Designers crafted larger-than-life personalities of Cantopop stars using photography, illustration, fashion, and typography. We explore their stories
Cantopop grew out of Hong Kong’s cultural production at its most interdisciplinary, experimental, and diverse, expanding what graphic design could be
Discover Firenze Lai’s introspective approach to her ‘situation portraits’ and how they capture the relationship between people and their environment