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In-situ presents: Janice Cheung, Angela Yuen, Man Chun Kwong (Sunday, August 18, 2019) RESCHEDULED

Updated: Oct 3, 2019

insitu artist residency open call

EXHIBITION RESCHEDULED - Exhibition opening has been moved to the following day, Sunday August 18th due to scheduled protest taking place in To Kwa Wan and Hung Hom.


In-situ: Hong Kong Artist Residency | Art Exhibition Opening Join us on Sunday, August 18, 2019 from 1 - 4 pm for an art exhibition opening reception with In-situ artist-in-residence, Janice Cheung and two Hong Kong-based artists, Angela Yuen and Man Chun Kwong.


Date: Saturday, August 18, 2019

Open Studio: 1 - 4 pm

Address: Shun Wai Industrial Building 9th Foor Unit C. 15 Yuk Yat Street, To Kwa Wan. 土瓜灣旭日街15號順煒工業大廈9樓C室

Artists' Biography

Janice Ka-Wa Cheung was born in Hong Kong and has begun her studies of media art at City University of Hong Kong since 2011. Janice has finished her MPhil research of the visual culture and the embodiment of eye in interactive installations to explore self-revealing interaction of the spectators. Her master studies have resulted in several conference presentations and conference publication. Janice now is a Ph.D. student in Humanities (Interdisciplinary Studies) at Concordia University. Under the supervision of Dr. David Jhave Johnston, Janice continues to pursue in research-creation with an interest in the notion of self in media art. Janice is eager to examine the embodies self-exploration and self-presentation behavior of artists, and question how artists and spectators use art to construct own self(identity). For more of her works, visit her website: Angela Yuen is a Hong Kong-based artist, graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University in 2014. She went to Linfiled College in the U.S. for an exchange program in 2013 to develop her installation art and received the Dean's List Honours. In 2016, she was an artist-in-residence at Red Gate Gallery, Beijing.

Angela Yuen’s art practise focus on urban culture; she looks to explore the correlation between urban development and city value via installation and photography. As the city develops, it alters people’s values and culture in each era. For instance: Hong Kong's value changes from “Tous pour un, un pour tous” (One for all, all for one), to “Minding only our own business”. Though it is inevitable that values of people or city change as time goes by, she hopes to record and express what she have witnessed and adored via installation and photography. For more of her works, visit her website: Man Chun Kwong graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University in 2013. He is a painter who is interested in exploring complex emotional sediments embodied in local histories, memories and anecdote stories. His works have been exhibited in Hong Kong, Mainland China, New York and Australia.

About In-situ

In-situ is a year-round artist residency in the heart of Hong Kong that fosters international exchange through open call applications.

In-situ is Latin for "in place". Our aim is to support artists with an experimental art practice. We are less focused on the final outcome, but rather, on the process of making, and of discovery. We also don’t ask for detailed project proposals, budgets, or schedules during the application process because we believe projects and ideas should be informed after spending time here, "in-situ".

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