Art After Hours 2018

Art After Hours: From Space to Space Listening Party

Art After Hours: Screening of Cao Fei’s “Haze and Fog”


Art After Hours: NANG Night · Screening of “The Blade” with Magazine Launch

Art After Hours: I Sing While Walking: Tsai Ming-liang’s Stories and Songs

“Every Pandiculate” Dinner Invitation

Art After Hours: Talk about “Collections of Tom, Debbie and Harry”

Art After Hours: “Gloss” by Rainbow Chan

Art After Hours: Queer Reads Picnic

Art After Hours: Audiovisual experiments with Abyss X & City

Art After Hours: Cao Fei’s ‘Prison Architect’ Live OST with Naamyam & Electronics

Art After Hours: "Our Everyday—Our Borders" Artists’ Talk

Art After Hours: "Prison Architect" Screening and conversation with Cao Fei, Kwan Pun Leung, Kwan Sheung Chi and Xue Tan

Art After Hours: ‘Remains of the Day’ Mona Hatoum In Focus


Art After Hours: “Project Cancer” Screening

Art After Hours: Hunni’d Jaws x HCKR DJ

Art After Hours: Summer Institute Public Lecture with Rirkrit Tiravanija

Art After Hours: Summer Institute Public Lecture with Ackbar Abbas

Art After Hours: “Mood Indigo” Screening

Art After Hours: Collectively, So to Speak

Art After Hours: A Conversation with Dung Kai-cheung and Wing Po So

Art After Hours: From Space to Space Listening Party

Art After Hours: Not as Trivial as You Think

Date & Time

6 Jul 2018 7pm - 8:30pm


F Hall


Free of charge


From Space to Space: An Illustrated Guide to am Infinite Something is the title of Wing Po So’s artist book that steers its readers through the micro and macro of Wing’s model of the universe constructed with the tenets and actual material of Chinese medicine. To begin the Listening Party, Chinese science fiction writer Dung Kai-cheung will be conducting a performative reading of his commissioned writing for Wing’s work to a live soundscape created by Oliver Cheung. The soundscape is constructed from recordings made with Chinese medicine and also from Wing’s family Chinese medicine shop. It mirrors the cosmological order of the exhibition Six-Part Practice, acting as a aural meditation guide for the works in the show. 

Following the performative reading, the audience will be invited to share their own sounds inspired by Wing’s exhibition Six-Part Practice. We will have sound-making devices available for use including a record player, cassette deck, and DIY instruments—though feel free to bring your own. From science fiction film soundtracks to excerpts from their favourite books, from makeshift musical instruments to actual instruments, we invite participants to bring something to share that inspires them. 

Chinese herbal tea will be served. The Listening Party will be in Cantonese and English with simultaneous translation available. 

Participants: Dung Kai-cheung, Oliver Cheung, Wing Po So

This public programme is part of Six-Part Practice, a solo exhibition of works by Wing Po So. Wing’s artist book From Space to Space: An Illustrated Guide to an Infinite Something is available for purchase in JC Contemporary. ‘From Space to Space Listening Party’ is organized by Hera Chan and Eunice Tsang.