Hard Cinema: Media Art Exhibition
10 February – 3 March 2015 | Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Centre
Rosa Barba (Italy / Germany)
Gerhard Sengmϋller (Austria)
Peter William Holden (United Kingdom)
Ip Yuk-yiu (Hong Kong)
Together with the finalists of Media Art Category, 20th ifva Awards:
Morgan Wong (Hong Kong)
Silas Fong (Hong Kong)
Lau Ching-wa (Hong Kong)
Samuel Yip (Hong Kong)
Thomas Ip (Hong Kong)
Lai Ka-yiu Ruck (Hong Kong)
Mau Kai-chau (Hong Kong)
Chan Chong-tat (Hong Kong)
Kan Ho-fai (Hong Kong)
Lam Cheuk-hin (Hong Kong)
Leung Kin-hung (Hong Kong)
Ong Kian-peng (Singapore)
Zhou Shan (China)
Long Xinru (China)
Fu Yunxue Snow (China)
Yuto Hasebe (Japan)
Huang Yin-tzu (Taiwan)
CINEMA 2.0 spatial concept by XCEED a motif of film mechanics and cinematic process to echo with the theme of Hard Cinema.
Slide Movie by Gebhard Sengmϋller
Invisible Act by Rosa Barba
Stating the Real Sublime by Rosa Barba
Color Clocks: Verticals Lean Occasionally Consistently Away from Viewpoints by Rosa Barba
AutoGene by Peter William Holden
Peter William Holden was having dialogue with Ip Yuk-yiu, the curator and other guests of the exhibition
Yuto Hasebe was explaining his finalist work Tree Guitar: The Trees, Our Blood Vessels to Gebhard Sengmϋller
Peter William Holden interacted with the audience
APHASIA by Huang Yin-tzu (Taiwan)
Surveillance by Zhou Shan and Long Xinru (China)
The audience can participated in the chatroom in the goldfish bowl by scanning the QR code.
Particle Waves by Ong Kian-peng (Singapore)
Bring To Light by Lai Ka-yiu Ruck, Mau Kai-chau, Chan Chong-tat, Kan Ho-fai, Lam Cheuk-hin and Leung Kin-hung (Hong Kong)
Pro by Fu Yunxue Snow (China)
Flat D by Silas Fong (Hong Kong)
Autumn Rain by Samuel Yip and Thomas Ip (Hong Kong)
The Fading Piece by Lau Ching-wa (Hong Kong)
Tree Guitar: The Trees, Our Blood Vessels by Yuto Hasebe (Japan)
The gallery assistant introduced the artworks to the guests
The finalists Yuto Hasebe and Samuel Yip participated in one of the finalist works, Surveillance
10 February 2015 | Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Centre
Ip Yuk-yiu, the host of the discussion, started the session with a special rule. Each artist had to select one of the featured artworks for their personal comments and critics.
“Visceral Cinema: VR and Physical Interaction” Workshop
21 to 22 March 2015 | McAulay Studio, Hong Kong Arts Centre
Instructor: Ip Yuk-yiu
The two-day workshop focused on the use of VR system and physical interaction in future cinema, video game and virtual world production.
Ip Yuk-yiu introduced Unity, a freeware for creating 2D/3D games and interactive experiences.
One of the participants was exploring the virtual reality game with Oculus Rift and headphone.
With Leapmotion controller, a sensor following movements of fingers, the player had to make physical response to the game.
The player could also respond on the keyboard.
Ip Yuk-yiu, the instructor of the workshop took picture with the participants at the end of the workshop