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Mooncake: The Lost Art

Mooncake: The Lost Art from Andrew Gooi on Vimeo.

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New World Centre in Hong Kong


After our last video “What’s up Hong Kong” which was shot in Hong Kong and which has made some noise, we weren’t afraid to be back there once again and give hell. Today our object is the 265th meter building skyscraper with the crane which appears in the downtown on the well-known embankment Avenues of Stars. As you’ve already guessed, our main goal is the top of this crane!

The team #ontheroofs suggests you to put off your affairs for the next 5 minutes and look at Hong Kong from such foreshortens which you haven’t seen yet.

P.S: To be honest, we was asked to make an ad by Tuborg Non-Alcoholic.

Edit: Alexandr Pavlov.
Music: Sango – I1 – (Kaytranada x Mr. Carmack)

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Insane Double Dutch (Rope Skipping) in Hong Kong


Insane Double Dutch (Rope Skipping) in Hong Kong

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How adidas Is Helping to Modernize the Ancient Chinese Tradition of Lion Dancing


How adidas Is Helping to Modernize the Ancient Chinese Tradition of Lion Dancing

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Water and Concrete

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Rémy Martin Circle of Centaurs – Kevin Poon

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Rémy Martin Circle of Centaurs – Kevin Poon


Session 1: Get Started
“Don’t be afraid of anything”

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Pace HK – Song Dong : Sketch

Song Dong – Sketch – Oct 07, 2015 – Nov 07, 2015  at Pace Gallery Hong Kong

 

If there is a “final result” of life, then everything we do in real life becomes the “sketch” of it. However, we never get the “final result” in reality – Song Dong

This autumn, Pace Hong Kong will present Sketch, a project by leading contemporary conceptual artist Song Dong to follow his 2013 appearance at Kassel documenta and his solo exhibition at Pace in New York. This exhibition project, which will open simultaneously at Pace Hong Kong and the nearby artistic and social venue Duddell’s, conveys Song Dong’s life-based approach to creation.

The exhibition theme unfolds around the concept of the “sketch.” The artist believes that the sketch exists as a continually progressing and changing unknown preceding the completed artwork. Such change is a very important element in Song’s work, rooted in the constant fluidity of life. The artist also employs traditional cultural forms as a discursive method, transforming them into artworks with strong personal traits that express form as content. Song Dong: Sketch, simultaneously presented in two spaces, is an indivisible exhibition: Pace Hong Kong is an art exhibition space that is also a spiritual space; Duddell’s is a living space that also presents art exhibitions, a space that is at once spiritual and living. A sketch emphasizing life stacked together with a sketch emphasizing spirit serves as the artist’s discussion of the overall state of life.

 Beijing-based Song Dong (b. 1966, Beijing, China) has emerged from a strong Chinese avant-garde performing arts community and developed into a significant contemporary art figure in the progression of Chinese conceptual art. Song graduated from the fine arts department of Capital Normal University in Beijing in 1989. His work, which is often in collaboration with his wife and fellow Chinese artist, Yin Xiuzhen, ranges from performance and video to photography and sculpture.

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