tide.hong kong : in transit is based on sensations of the sights and soundscapes of Victoria Harbour. The seashore platform in Whampoa is punctuated by holes which produce harmonic tones that shift with the tides. Lee’s works of art are derived from the intersection between installation and performance, and draw on a practice of listening to the world. In this site-and-time specific performance, the composite of the sound-making objects and human voices narrates subtle changes in environment .
This performance will be followed by “The Metamorphosis of Hung Hom,” a tour led by Walk In Hong Kong 活現香港. Once a centre of heavy industry, the neighbourhood has in recent years transformed into a mixed residential and commercial area. This tour will survey the old streets and stories of Hung Hom. The walking route will include cinemas, temples, factories and piers that form part of the history of Hong Kong.
Born in Hong Kong, Fiona Lee obtained her Bachelor of Arts majoring in Critical Intermedia Laboratory from the School of Creative Media at City University of Hong Kong. Her works of art are derived from the intersection between installation and performance. Her recent art practices and inspirations have come from the feeling of particular moments in her daily routine, which she explores as if it were a world of adventure. Her recent work focuses on the relationship between sound frequencies and electromagnetic fields.
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《潮.香港: 過渡》源自維多利亞港的視覺景觀及聲境帶來的感官 刺激。於黄埔海岸邊的堤道上注滿小孔,在潮汐漲退間產生
表演之後，由Walk In Hong Kong 活現香港組織的【紅磡蛻變之旅】將帶領參加者走入舊時紅
This event is presented as a public programme of In Search of Miss Ruthless, an exhibition that was chosen from an international pool through Para Site’s Emerging Curators program, now in its third year. For more info about the exhibition: http://para-site.art/en/