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January 2023


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life is elsewhere: you know where to find me

November 25, 2022 - January 31, 2023

Jolene Mok (ACC 2015) presents a solo exhibition of her Mid-Career project, life is elsewhere: you know where to find me

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Hylozoism: An Arts & Technology Exhibition

December 03, 2022 - April 02, 2023

Ellen Pau (ACC 1991) has works featured in Hylozoism: An Arts & Technology Exhibition

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Fanatic Heart

December 10, 2022 - February 26, 2023

Lu Yang (ACC 2013) performs in the group exhibition ‘Fanatic Heart’, a search for an alternative approach to reimagine the political potential of celebrity culture through the lens of fandom.

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Myth Makers—Spectrosynthesis III

December 24, 2022 - April 10, 2023

Beatrix Pang (ACC 2008), Ellen Pau (ACC 1991), and Wu Jiaru (ACC 2022) contribute in Myth Makers—Spectrosynthesis III, an exhibition that circles around the core notion of “queer mythologies” and delves into modern and contemporary mythologies along with practices of the body, by gathering a diverse range of artistic idioms related to LGBTQ+ perspectives from over 60 artists from Asia and its diasporas.

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Osaka Kansai International Art Festival 2023

January 28, 2023 - February 13, 2023

Aung Myat Htay (ACC 2013) will be participating in the upcoming Osaka Kansai International Art Festival, exhibiting a multimedia art project entitled 'Folktales'. 

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Treasure Hill Artist Village

February 24, 2023 - March 12, 2023

Yoshiaki Kaihatsu (ACC 1998) will be at the Treasure Hill Artist Village in Taipei, Taiwan participating in the artists residency program.

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No Boundaries: Reinterpreting Palace Museum Culture

July 03, 2023

Six HK-based multimedia and interdisciplinary artists, including Grace Cheng (ACC 2011), create new works and interpret the art and culture of the Forbidden City from a fresh perspective for the Hong Kong Palace Museum.

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