Hong Kong rising artist Samson Young brings home his acclaimed mixed-media exhibition that examines charity singles from the 1980s
After making a huge splash representing Hong Kong at the Venice Biennale 2017’s 57th International Art Exhibition, local multidisciplinary artist Samson Young brings his acclaimed exhibition Songs for Disaster Relief to his hometown. Featuring a series of sculptures, objects, videos, sound installations, and site-specific pieces, the exhibition offers a unique audiovisual experience that re-examines the popularity of charity singles from the 1980s by creatively repurposing and misreading iconic songs. Support this rising Hong Kong artist and explore the social, political, and philosophical implications of charity singles in a cross-cultural context.
|Venue name:||M+ Pavilion||Contact:|
West Kowloon Cultural District
|Transport:||MTR West Kowloon, Exit E4/E5|