Mobile M+: Live Art presents artists exploring aspects of ‘liveness’ and the body and action as the media and channels of expression. These three exhibitions explore the relationship between performance art, installation and documentation in different ways.These exhibitions are presented alongside Stage and Outdoor performances.

Live Art

Exhibition: Frog King Kwok and Eiko Otake

04.12.2015 to 14.12.2015, Connecting Space Hong Kong

In this site-specific installation, legendary Hong Kong artist Frog King Kwok reinterprets his major works from the mid-to-late 1970s. Complementing the installation is a haunting slideshow of images of dancer Eiko Otake, taken during her A Body in Fukushima performances

Live Art | Exhibition

Live Art

Exhibition: John Cage | Writings through the Essay: On the Duty of Civil Disobedience

04.12.2015 to 20.12.2015, Cattle Depot Artist Village

The only installation work by American artist and composer John Cage, it creates an all-enveloping perceptual and spatial experience in which the audience interacts with recorded voices, lights according to instructions generated by the Chinese divination classic I-Ching (Book of Changes), and a daily-changing arrangement of six chairs

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Live Art

Exhibition: Live Art 1995-2015

06.12.2015 to 20.12.2015, Sheung Wan Civic Centre

Presenting works by five artists from Hong Kong, southern China, and the United States – Patty Chang, Hu Xiangqian, Lin Yilin, Pak Sheung Chuen and Young Hay– this group exhibition shows the crossover between art and documentation, and new ways of interpreting the relationship between the live event and the presentation of recorded acts

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