HK-born artist presents her Venice Biennale pieces at M+

HK EDITION | Updated: 2020-07-27 08:31
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Playcourt (detail, 2020) [Photo/Courtesy of M+ and the artist. Photo: Ela Bialkowska, OKNO Studio]

The other piece, Playcourt, comprises sculptural amalgams of equipment and anthropomorphic forms, as well as radio antennas that pick up local non-commercial frequencies. All of this encourages us to think about our role as individuals, our agency and the extent to which we are all stakeholders.

This exhibition is also a defining moment in the larger contemporary cultural landscape of Hong Kong, as it represents the last exhibition to be held at the M+ Pavilion before the opening of the official M+ building by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron. Much as we anticipate the new platform, we'll miss the intimacy – and the reflection – that M+ Pavilion has allowed during the interim.

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