Mobile M+: Live Art presents artists exploring aspects of ‘liveness’ and the body and action as the mediums and channels of expression. These stage performances push the boundaries of context and genre and explore the overlap of art forms. These performances are presented alongside Outdoor performances and Exhibitions.

Live Art

The Malady of Death: Écrire et Lire by Haegue Yang

04.12.2015 to 05.12.2015, Sunbeam Theatre

Part of Yang’s ongoing project The Malady of Death, Écrire et Lire presents a staged reading in Cantonese of the novella La Maladie de la mort by French novelist Marguerite Duras, along with an artist’s book featuring the first-ever traditional Chinese translation of the text

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Middle Aged Artist by Hu Xiangqian

10.12.2015, Connecting Space Hong Kong

Walking the line between incongruity and normality, reality and performative fiction, Chinese artist Hu Xiangqian’s new work take cues from recent performances in which he spent months imparting advice to his assistant on how to think, act, walk, and talk like a contemporary artist

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Configurations by Patty Chang

10.12.2015, Connecting Space Hong Kong

Known for provocative performances that challenge social behaviours and stereotypes, American performance and video artist Patty Chang presents a new lecture performance for Mobile M+: Live Art

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Looking at the Stars by Ming Wong

12.12.2015 to 13.12.2015, Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre

The latest chapter in Wong’s ongoing research into the realms of Cantonese opera and science fiction, Looking at the Stars explores the meeting of cinema, theatre, gender representation, and the intricate dance between language and translation, drawing inspiration from Tarkovsky’s Solaris (1972) to tell a new kind of story

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See Also:  Outdoor   |   Exhibition