artsnap, Hong Kong

12th-13th November 2016
artsnap, Kwai Tsing Theatre
Hong Kong

We found 266 locations over two days:

artsnap-map

Full details will be available on the Hong Kong page shortly.

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Kwai Tsing Theatre, Hong Kong

On 12th & 13th November 2016 I will be taking the project to Kwai Tsing Theatre in Hong Kong, as part of Art Snap:
“ArtSnap, a mini-festival within a festival, returns with an array of dynamic performances over two weekends, providing fringe and experimental artistic endeavours that utilise every corner of the Kwai Tsing Theatre building and beyond.”

http://www.newvisionfestival.gov.hk/2016/html/en/artsnap_hear_a_pin.html

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We will be taking four routes, each originating at the theatre, and each tackling slightly different urban areas: a shopping area, a sports ground and residential area, an elevated walkway above heavy traffic, and an industrial packing area.

Kwai Tsing large banner

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Making Space

Making Space

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Hear a Pin Drop Here was represented at The Minories Gallery, Colchester in 2015. It included ten images from pin drops in Edinburgh, Yokohama, and Battersea.

Images courtesy of Kaavous Clayton.

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Monomania video by Brother Bear

Here’s a lovely short video of the Monomania pin dropping workshops, by Brother Bear.

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Pin-dropping in Cambridge

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Monomania photo 1 OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

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Monomania

Monomania route

 

http://www.monomaniafestival.co.uk/#/main

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Monomania 8th March 2014

I will be dropping pins with willing participants on the route between Cambridge Junction and Aid&Abet, on Saturday 8th March 2014. This is part of an exciting programme of work at Monomania Festival.

The route has changed dramatically since I grew up in the city, with huge apartment blocks and corporate landscaping neatly linking the station with Hills Road bridge. It used to be a sneaky shortcut through a semi-derelict gravelly car park with a scrap dealer and buddleia bushes.

Let’s see if we can still find somewhere quiet between the two points.

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