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無法取得位置 Nothing Can Come Closer

2019-02-23 (Sat) - 2019-03-17 (Sun)
WHAT'S HAPPENING

Nothing Can Come Closer
23/02/2019 – 17/03/2019

Curator
Wong Fuk Kuen

Artists
Lai Chung Man Andio | Lam Kin Choi | Lam Siu Wing | Lau Ching Wa Jess | Wong Chun Hoi | Wong Fuk Kuen | Yan Wai Yin Winnie | Yip Kai Chun

As we spot our location using GPS on a journey, the experience being alone in an unfamiliar environment also shapes our own position. What is the closest relationship between oneself and their journey? 8 artists answer this question with their media and perspective.

Opening Hours
Tue-Fri 2pm-8pm 
Sat & Sun 11am-8pm
Closed on Monday

Opening (with Travel Fried Rice)
23/02/2019 (Sat) 6pm
Closing and sharing
17/03/2019 (Sun) 6pm

Location
L3-06D , Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre (JCCAC) No.30 Pak Tin Street, Shek Kip Mei, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Enquiry 
6275 6516 (Fukkuen) | 9030 6444 (Wai)


Organizer
Floating Projects 據點。句點

Founded in 2010 and reinvented in 2015 by artist and art professor Linda C.H. Lai with a dozen of emerging artists, the Floating Projects (FP) occupied a 170m2 artistic production site in Wong Chuk Hang industrial area to answer the question: what can artists do with an empty unit in an industrial building with institutionally and physically defined constraints, and how do artists survive beyond the commercial gallery system and a public funds-dependent charity model?

In August 2018, the Floating Projects Collective (FPC) moved into a new re-purposed industrial building in Shek Kip Mei’s JCCAC to drive a new phase FP 2.0, which remains a site of collaborative-individuated art experiments after an interdisciplinary and intermedia principle, and itself an art project that interrogates questions of space and being. The collective has grown from 12 to 17 members. We upholds rigorous mutual critique, and an approach to art-making that views a work as always in-progress with generative potentials. We persist to be a place where artists of varied generations could work together, meet in conversations and write about what we do.