Fill in the Blanks: Queer Print Culture in Hong Kong
WOMEN 我們 : From Her to Here

WMA Space will reopen on 12 April, and the exhibition WOMEN: From Her to Here will be extended to 31 May.

WOMEN我們 : From Her to Here

The virtual exhibition is now available!
Take a virtual tour for an immersive online experience and with more information on the artworks of the 6 artists.

Artist talk: ‘Queer Futurity’

The talk brings together presentations from three participating artists, TT Takemoto , Madeleine Lim, and Heesoo Kwon to reflect on the theme of the “Queer Futurity”. With moving images being their main medium, the artists will share how they express themselves as well as the possibilities of queerness via their artistic practises. From diving into historical footages, documenting the queer movements, to creating a metaverse, these presentations aim to reflect the different female desires and the longing of queer existences. The talk also invites scholar Dr. Denise Tang, curator Hoi Leung and Hong Kong artist Kalen Lee to further unpack the possibilities for persuading a nonbinary future.

Feel free to explore the virtual exhibition before the talk: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=qzr2g8vJHQx

Artists and speakers bio: https://wma.hk/event-inner/?programme_id=1376&item_id=1696

WMA Book Sharing Series: ‘Fish Story’

Founder of The Salt Yard Photobook Store, Dustin Shum recommends ‘Fish Story’ by the leftist photography theorist and artist Allan Sekula. A deep dive spanning Marxism, globalisation, ecosystems, and our relationship with the ocean, it inspired Dustin to ponder on the Belt & Road initiative.

WMA Book Sharing Series: ‘War Primer 2’

Next year will mark the 20th anniversary of America’s 9/11 terrorist attack. This year, as usual, there are memorial events at the base of the Twin Towers. But, the coronavirus pandemic has made them less visible. The younger generations are less aware of the incident. We bring you this book, War Primer 2, which revisits America’s 18-year war on terrorism, as well as the rise of the internet, and its impact on the way we understand and think about war.

Fill in the Blanks: Queer Print Culture in Hong Kong

Events

6JunMon, Jun 06 - Jul 06, 2022Exhibition Period
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Fill in the Blanks: Queer Print Culture in Hong Kong
2022-06-06
18MayWed, May 18, 2022Exhibition Period
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「我個仔鐘意粉紅色 and that’s OK!」映後談
2022-05-18
7AprThu, Apr 07, 2022Exhibition Period
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Artist Talk: Queer Desires and Sensitivity
2022-04-07
6JunMon, Jun 06 - Jul 06, 2022Exhibition Period
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Fill in the Blanks: Queer Print Culture in Hong Kong
2022-06-06
18MayWed, May 18, 2022Exhibition Period
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「我個仔鐘意粉紅色 and that’s OK!」映後談
2022-05-18
7AprThu, Apr 07, 2022Exhibition Period
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Artist Talk: Queer Desires and Sensitivity
2022-04-07

News

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WOMEN 我們 : From Her to Here
2022-01-21
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Wei Leng Tay Solo Exhibition ‘Abridge’
2021-10-22
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Pierfrancesco Celada solo exhibition – ‘Instagrampier’
2021-06-10
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‘Can’t touch this!’ exhibition is now extended to May 23
2021-04-21
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The current exhibition at WMA ‘Can’t touch this!’
2021-03-09
LIGHT ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2019/20 ‘Light’ Comes to a Close
2021-01-27
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Let’s exchange Xmas presents!
2020-12-19
‧ ‧ Student
WMA Student programme postponed
2020-12-18
Commission
Lo Lai Lai Natalie’s Commissioned project ‘Opportunity’ – ‘The Days Before The Silent Spring’
2020-12-07
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WOMEN 我們 : From Her to Here
2022-01-21
‧ ‧
Wei Leng Tay Solo Exhibition ‘Abridge’
2021-10-22
‧ ‧
Pierfrancesco Celada solo exhibition – ‘Instagrampier’
2021-06-10
‧ ‧
‘Can’t touch this!’ exhibition is now extended to May 23
2021-04-21
‧ ‧
The current exhibition at WMA ‘Can’t touch this!’
2021-03-09
LIGHT ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2019/20 ‘Light’ Comes to a Close
2021-01-27
‧ ‧
Let’s exchange Xmas presents!
2020-12-19
‧ ‧ Student
WMA Student programme postponed
2020-12-18
Commission
Lo Lai Lai Natalie’s Commissioned project ‘Opportunity’ – ‘The Days Before The Silent Spring’
2020-12-07

Articles

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Instagram Pier and the Right to the City
Carine Lai
2021-07-28
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What Instagram Pier can teach us about people-friendly design
Carine Lai
2021-07-21
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Public Open Space in a Post-COVID World
Carine Lai
2021-07-13
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Instagram Pier and the Right to the City
Carine Lai
2021-07-28
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What Instagram Pier can teach us about people-friendly design
Carine Lai
2021-07-21
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Public Open Space in a Post-COVID World
Carine Lai
2021-07-13

Video

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Artist Talk: ‘Queer Futurity’
Talk #3 | Making sense, making images: Michelle WT Wong and Wei Leng Tay in conversation
Talk #2 | Before the Picture: Tse Ka-Man and Wei Leng Tay in conversation
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Talk | Memory, media, escape, Hong Kong: Yung Ma and Wei Leng Tay in conversation
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‘Abridge’ Guided tour by curator, Olivier Krischer
WMA Book Sharing Series: ‘Hesitating Beauty’
Opportunity ‧ Commission
CatchUP | Lo Lai Lai Natalie
WMA Book Sharing Series: ‘Fish Story’
WMA Book Sharing Series: ‘War Primer 2’
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Artist Talk: ‘Queer Futurity’
Talk #3 | Making sense, making images: Michelle WT Wong and Wei Leng Tay in conversation
Talk #2 | Before the Picture: Tse Ka-Man and Wei Leng Tay in conversation
‧ ‧
Talk | Memory, media, escape, Hong Kong: Yung Ma and Wei Leng Tay in conversation
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‘Abridge’ Guided tour by curator, Olivier Krischer
WMA Book Sharing Series: ‘Hesitating Beauty’
Opportunity ‧ Commission
CatchUP | Lo Lai Lai Natalie
WMA Book Sharing Series: ‘Fish Story’
WMA Book Sharing Series: ‘War Primer 2’