Empty Gallery is a 4,500-square-foot space located at the edge of Aberdeen Harbour in Tin Wan, Hong Kong. Founded by Stephen Cheng, the gallery showcases both established and emerging artists alongside a program of pioneering multimedia commissions, performances and music. With a special commitment to ephemeral, time-based and non-object-oriented practices, Empty Gallery is committed to fostering conversation across cultural, geographic, and medium-specific boundaries while serving as a regional hub for the flourishing East Asian art scene.
With Art Basel Hong Kong taking place between 19 and 23 May 2021, Ocula Magazine presents a selection of highlights taking place across the city.
Taro Masushio confronts the 'expression of a queerness from the past' at Hong Kong's Empty Gallery.
Tishan Hsu speaks with art historian and critic Martha Scwhendener about his painting and sculpture practice, the relationship of the screen to the body, and Vilém Flusser's prescient theories of photography.
Xper.Xr is a legendary, if poorly documented figure in Hong Kong's experimental music scene. He first became active in the late '80s "after a steep learning curve and gobbling up every piece of musical rebellion [he] could get [his] hands onto,"
The vortex-as-portal is a recurring motif that conjures the irresistible yet terrifying pull of the unknown. For poet and artist William Blake (1757–1827), it takes on a spiritual dimension as a symbol of transfigurative passage.
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