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Hu Weiyi,Tang Kwok-hin and Morgan Wong participate in ‘One World Exposition 2.1: #like4like’ ,which spanning Videotage and chi K11, Hongkong. The exhibition focuses on the creative possibilities of new media that made by the artists from Chinese and Hongkong in new generation. The exhibition is on view from 21st, Mar to 21st, May,2017 to 21st, May.

Hu Weiyi
Keep Crawling
2012
Single channel video, color, sound
3’20”
Courtesy of the artist

Hu Weiyi
One Kilometer
2012
Single channel video, color, sound
4’45”
Courtesy of the artist

Tang Kwok Hin
One day perhaps there’s discovery of that unbeauty
2013
Five channels video
Courtesy of the artist

Morgan Wong
Untitled
2010
Single channel video, color, silent
5’39”
Courtesy of the artist

About VIDEOTAGE

Videotage is a leading Hong Kong-based non-profit organization specializing in the promotion, presentation, creation and preservation of new media art across all languages, shapes and forms.Founded in 1986, Videotage has evolved from an artist-run collective to an influential network, supporting creative use of media art to explore, investigate and connect with issues that are of significant social, cultural and historical value.

About the artists

Hu Weiyi was born in 1990 in Shanghai. He graduated from BA in Public Art, China Academy of Art in 2013, and from MA in Inter-Media Art, China Academy of Art in 2016. His solo exhibitions include: Hu Weiyi (organized by A+ Contemporary, Asia Art Center Taipei II, Taipei, 2015), No Express (Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, 2015), Flirt (M50 Art Space, Shanghai, 2014). Hu’s selected group exhibitions include: Turning Point: Contemporary Art in China Since 2000 (Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, 2016), New Capital: Huang Yu Collection Exhibition (2007-2016) (Museum of Contemporary Art Chengdu, Chengdu, 2016), WE: A Community of Chinese Contemporary Artists (chi K11 Art Space, Shanghai, 2016), Base (UCCASTORE, Beijing, 2015), Who Cares- Hu Weiyi and Wang Man Dual Solo Show (Don Gallery, Shanghai, 2015), The 2nd “CAFAM‧Future” Exhibition: OBSERVER – CREATOR (CAFA Art Museum/K11 Hong Kong, Beijing/ Hong Kong, 2015), Cosmos (Shanghai 21st Century Mingsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, 2014), Summer Session (V2_Lab, Rotterdam, 2013). He won the Grand Jury Prize from “The 2nd Huayu Youth Award” at the 3rd Art•Sanya in 2014 with his work Flirt. Hu Weiyi currently lives and works in Shanghai.

Tang Kwokhin was born in 1983 in Hong Kong. Graduated from BA in Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2006 and from MFA in Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2008, Tang Kwokhin currently lives and works in Hong Kong. His selected solo exhibitions include: Child (100ft Park, Hong Kong, 2016), M+ Rover (Hong Kong, 2016), Washing the Showy (International Studio and Curatorial Program Open Studio, New York, 2014), Dance before departure (Panpiscco, Manila, 2014), One day perhaps there’s discovery of that unbeauty (Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, 2013). His selected group exhibitions include: □ (organized by A+ Contemporary, Asia Art Center Taipei I + II, Taipei, 2016), Next Destination: Hong Kong (Exhibition of William Lim’s Living Collection, Hong Kong, 2016), The Past is Continuing (Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong, 2015), In the Name of Art (Taipei Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, 2015), Para Site Annual Fundraising Auction 2014 (Para Site, Hong Kong, 2014), Scarlet Bauhinia in Full Bloom (Amelia Johnson Contemporary, Hong Kong, 2014), The 5th International Arte Laguna Prize (The Venice Arsenale, Venice, 2011), Hong Kong Contemporary Art Biennial Awards 2009 (Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong, 2010). His artworks were collected in: Hong Kong Museum of Art (Hong Kong), Hong Kong Heritage Museum (Hong Kong), Deutsche Bank (Hong Kong), K11 Art Mall (Hong Kong), Living Collection by William Lim (Hong Kong), Amelia Johnson Contemporary (Hong Kong), and private collections in: United States; United Kingdom; Australia; Singapore; Austria; Taiwan.

Morgan Wong was born in 1984 in Hong Kong. Graduated from the BA(Hon) in Creative Media at School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong in 2007 and from MFA in Sculpture at Slade School of Fine Art, University College London in 2013, Morgan Wong currently lives and works in Hong Kong. His selected solo exhibitions include: Mean Time (Centre A, Vancouver, 2016), The Dashes; The Laughter ; The Reservoirs (organized by A+ Contemporary, Asia ArtCenter Taipei II, Taipei, 2016), KIGOJA Standard Time (KST) (KIGOJA, Seoul, 2016), Untitled–Expressway (Rolls Royce Motor Car Showroom, Hong Kong, 2015), Filing Down a Steel Bar Until a Needle is Made (Tintype Gallery, London, 2013), Untitled–Agnosia Series I (Videotage, Hong Kong, 2011), A Story of an Eel Chef (Oyoyo Art Center, Sapporo, 2010). His selected group exhibitions include: LINE OF TIMES (MILL6 Foundation, Hong Kong, 2017), Time Test: International Video Art Research Exhibition (CAFA Art Museum, Beijing, 2016), ← → (A+ Contemporary, Shanghai, 2015), The Mirror and Monitor of Democracy in Asia (Gwangju Museum of Art, Gwangju, 2014), 8th Shenzhen Sculpture Biennale (OCT Contemporary Art Terminal, Shenzhen, 2014), Encounters, (Art Basel Hong Kong , 2014),18th Videobrasil (SESC Pompeia, Sao Paulo, 2013), Artists Film International (Whitechapel Gallery, London, 2013), Move On Asia – Video Art in Asia 2002 to 2012 (Media Museum ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany, 2013), No Soul for Sale (Tate Modern, London, 2010). His artworks were collected in: MILL6 Foundation (Hong Kong), City and County Museum Lincolnshire (Lincoln, UK), The Edward James Foundation (West Sussex, UK) and NPO S-AIR (Sapporo, Japan).