Lo Lai Lai Natalie’s Commissioned project ‘Opportunity’ – ‘The Days Before The Silent Spring’

WMA is pleased to launch our commission grant artist Lo Lai Lai Natalie’s project The Days Before The Silent Spring, 15th December 2020, at WMA Space. 

Finale Showcase of Lee Kai Chung’s Commissioned Project Exploring ‘Transition’: ‘Once I Wake Up, My Body is Old’

‘Once I Wake Up, My Body is Old’, a solo exhibition by Lee Kai Chung, is the finale of the project The Retrieval, Restoration and Predicament, which Lee conceived around the concept of ‘Transition’ for the WMA Commission grant (2018). It is preceded by ‘I Could Not Recall How I Got Here’ shown at WMA Space in 2019. The latest exhibition will be on view at WMA Space from November 12th to December 6th.

WMA x Walk In Hong Kong: Pandemic throwback, Sheung Wan 1894

Inspired by the ‘Hong Kong Historical Photos from the Frank Fischbeck Collection‘ exhibition at the Main Library of the University of Hong Kong, we will organise two visual tours in collaboration with Walk in Hong Kong this November. Referencing historical images of lives in Sheung Wan in the 19th century from the Collection, our facilitators will tell stories about the sites seen in the images and invite participants to share their own stories and memories about the place. 

Family Albums: the Private Memories and Social History

Our coming WMA Open Talk, titled ‘Family Albums: the Private Memories and Social History’ explores family albums, a kind of image archives that everybody would be familiar with. Family albums are personal memories filled with emotions. They are records of the daily lives of a family. However, they are also a reflection of a cultural identity and social history. Some may say that they are also a vehicle of the ideologies and power relations of different times.

Lo Lai Lai Natalie’s Commissioned project ‘Opportunity’ – ‘The Days Before The Silent Spring’

WMA is pleased to launch our commission grant artist Lo Lai Lai Natalie’s project The Days Before The Silent Spring, 15th December 2020, at WMA Space. 


Events

15DecTue, Dec 15, 2020 - Jan 15, 2021Exhibition Period
Opportunity ‧ Commission
Lo Lai Lai Natalie’s Commissioned project ‘Opportunity’ – ‘The Days Before The Silent Spring’
2020-12-15
22NovSun, Nov 22 - 29, 2020Exhibition Period
WMA x Walk In Hong Kong: Pandemic throwback, Sheung Wan 1894
2020-11-22
21NovSat, Nov 21, 2020Exhibition Period
Transition ‧ Commission
Lee Kai Chung ‘I Could Not Recall How I Got Here’ book launch
2020-11-21
15DecTue, Dec 15, 2020 - Jan 15, 2021Exhibition Period
Opportunity ‧ Commission
Lo Lai Lai Natalie’s Commissioned project ‘Opportunity’ – ‘The Days Before The Silent Spring’
2020-12-15
22NovSun, Nov 22 - 29, 2020Exhibition Period
WMA x Walk In Hong Kong: Pandemic throwback, Sheung Wan 1894
2020-11-22
21NovSat, Nov 21, 2020Exhibition Period
Transition ‧ Commission
Lee Kai Chung ‘I Could Not Recall How I Got Here’ book launch
2020-11-21

News

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Let’s exchange Xmas presents!
2020-12-19
Commission
Lo Lai Lai Natalie’s Commissioned project ‘Opportunity’ – ‘The Days Before The Silent Spring’
2020-12-07
Commission
Lee Kai Chung ‘I Could Not Recall How I Got Here’ book launch
2020-11-19
Commission
Finale Showcase of Lee Kai Chung’s Commissioned Project Exploring ‘Transition’: ‘Once I Wake Up, My Body is Old’
2020-11-06
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Programme announced for Peer to Peer: UK/HK Online Festival
2020-10-22
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Visual Storytelling Workshop with Kevin WY Lee
2020-10-15
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Peer to Peer: UK/HK Online Festival
2020-10-09
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Online Portfolio Review | 19.09.20 (Sat)
2020-09-19
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WMA alumni at Landskrona Foto Festival
2020-09-01
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Let’s exchange Xmas presents!
2020-12-19
Commission
Lo Lai Lai Natalie’s Commissioned project ‘Opportunity’ – ‘The Days Before The Silent Spring’
2020-12-07
Commission
Lee Kai Chung ‘I Could Not Recall How I Got Here’ book launch
2020-11-19
Commission
Finale Showcase of Lee Kai Chung’s Commissioned Project Exploring ‘Transition’: ‘Once I Wake Up, My Body is Old’
2020-11-06
Array ‧ Array
Programme announced for Peer to Peer: UK/HK Online Festival
2020-10-22
Array ‧ Array
Visual Storytelling Workshop with Kevin WY Lee
2020-10-15
Array ‧ Array
Peer to Peer: UK/HK Online Festival
2020-10-09
Array ‧ Array
Online Portfolio Review | 19.09.20 (Sat)
2020-09-19
Array ‧ Array
WMA alumni at Landskrona Foto Festival
2020-09-01

Articles

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Framed in Time – piecing together lost memories
Katie Luk
2020-12-24
Transition ‧ Commission
Archival Research as an Imaginarium where Past and Present Overlap: An Interview with Lee Kai Chung
Linus Kwok
2020-11-27
Transition ‧ Commission
Melancholy and Wishfulness in Historical Records: Lee Kai-chung’s solo exhibition I Could not Recall How I Got Here
Vivian TING @ Art Appraisal Club
2020-11-25
Array ‧ Array
Framed in Time – piecing together lost memories
Katie Luk
2020-12-24
Transition ‧ Commission
Archival Research as an Imaginarium where Past and Present Overlap: An Interview with Lee Kai Chung
Linus Kwok
2020-11-27
Transition ‧ Commission
Melancholy and Wishfulness in Historical Records: Lee Kai-chung’s solo exhibition I Could not Recall How I Got Here
Vivian TING @ Art Appraisal Club
2020-11-25

Video

Opportunity ‧ Commission
CatchUP | Lo Lai Lai Natalie
WMA Book Sharing Series: ‘Fish Story’
WMA Book Sharing Series: ‘War Primer 2’
Landskrona Foto: Dialogue with Monica Allende, Lee Kai Chung & Yim Sui Fong
Talk|Family Albums: the Private Memories and Social History
Open
Talk|The Power of Portrait / The Portrait of Power
Open
Talk|Documentary Photography x Archives
Opportunity ‧ Masters
Where is your “Happy Valley”?
Masters
CatchUP|Ko Chung Ming
Opportunity ‧ Commission
CatchUP | Lo Lai Lai Natalie
WMA Book Sharing Series: ‘Fish Story’
WMA Book Sharing Series: ‘War Primer 2’
Landskrona Foto: Dialogue with Monica Allende, Lee Kai Chung & Yim Sui Fong
Talk|Family Albums: the Private Memories and Social History
Open
Talk|The Power of Portrait / The Portrait of Power
Open
Talk|Documentary Photography x Archives
Opportunity ‧ Masters
Where is your “Happy Valley”?
Masters
CatchUP|Ko Chung Ming