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PROXEMICS - PHOTOGRAPHS BY VIRGILE SIMON BERTRAND
21 October until 18 November 2009

ArtisTree
1/F Cornwall House
Taikoo Place
Island East

10.00am - 8.00pm Monday to Thursday
10.00am - 6.00pm Friday to Sunday


Curated by Davina Lee
Supported by Swire Island East

Virgile Simon Bertrand’s exhibition ‘Proxemics’ draws together the key concerns that dominate his practice: people and the authority of space, not only over the way that we live, but also over the way that we communicate with each other. Bertrand’s portraits and architectural photographs consider the physical and emotional perceptions of space, from the way that people behave within the spaces allotted to them, to the way that space is manipulated within the physical confines of the built environment.


THE MOTHER OF ALL JOURNEYS - DINU LI at Amelia Johnson Contemporary, Hong Kong
G/F 6-10 Shin Hing Street, Central, Hong Kong

Until 31 October 2009.

Tues - Fri 11.00am -7.00pm
Sat 11.00am-6.00pm

www.ajc-art.com

Amelia Johnson Contemporary is pleased to present The Mother of All Journeys, an exhibition of photographs by the British Chinese visual artist Dinu Li, curated by Davina Lee. Presented as a slideshow and large format photographs, Li’s work is the result of a collaboration with his mother Yeuk Ling Li. Beginning in 2001, they undertook a series of journeys in an attempt to identify the exact sites of her memories. From the family’s ancestral home in Guangdong, China, to their abandoned rooftop home in Hong Kong, and finally to the industrial North of England where they spent their early days as emigrants to the west, Li’s work juxtaposes a collection of old family snapshots, his mother’s oral histories and the artists’ own intense gaze as revealed in his photographs

8-19 July 2009
DISTANCE DECAY - Anthony Lam, Dinu Li, Virgile Simon Bertrand.
Distance Decay brings together the works of British artists Anthony Lam and Dinu Li and Hong Kong based French artist Virgile Simon Bertrand in an exhibition curated by Davina Lee. ‘Distance decay’ is a geographical term used to describe how distance affects cultural and spatial interaction. In theory, the further away things are, the less we are supposed to interact with them. The photographs in the exhibition recount the complex human consequences of distance decay and how distance decay is often subverted or contradicted in practice.


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