An Peer-review literature entitled "New Horizons: Ways of Seeing Hong Kong Art in the ‘80s and ‘90s: An Integrated Approach to Curatorial Practices on Exhibition-Making.' was written for the magazine of “On curating” this article was about the Art and archival exhibition, 'New Horizon: New Ways of seeing Hong Kong Art in the 80s and 90s' to discuss the idea of alternative horizons as a starting point in combining through the development of Hong Kong Contemporary art during those two decades, it also highlighted the art history, curatorial practices and methodologies through integrated approaches linking past with the Contemporary practices. This workshop discussed how the exhibition explored links between personal experiences of artists and curatorial team, organisations, events and developing a local culture that embodied profound subjective sensibilities laid the foundation for this research-exhibition and explored the importance of Audiences' participation in the exhibition, along with the rebuilt of art spaces and settings from the past. the engagement of the artworks and archival materials with the unique Museum space of the Hong Kong and Victorial harbor view is also important that viewers find themselves connecting the past with the present. As a turning point in the development of Hong Kong, the era of 1980s and 1990s, were brought into the spotlight, the project seeks to examine the alternative horizons of the decades as the vantage points of the micro- and macro history. This timeframe could be the starting point attracting fresh ideas, thus strengthening Hong Kong art's future development.
|Number of pages||13|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 2022|
|Event||New Horizons: Ways of Seeing Hong Kong Art in the ‘80s and ‘90s = 多元視野——八、九〇年代香港藝術新象 - Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong|
Duration: 1 Mar 2021 → 29 May 2022
- curatorial practices
- Hong Kong Art
- Art History