Constructing Aesthetics: Who’s Afraid of Yellow and Tape?
Why We Recommend it
Artists Antonia Low and Kacey Wong “tape” together an analysis of the relationship between aesthetics and global culture in a free talk organised by the Goethe-Institut Hongkong.
A companion talk to Goethe-Institut Hongkong artist-in-residence Antonia Low (b. 1972, Liverpool)’s exhibition A Present That with Each Step Departs from the Remembered Past, this discussion session, entitled Who Is Afraid of Yellow and Tape?, explores how aesthetics and global culture influence each other.
Low will be joined by Kacey Wong (b. 1970, Hong Kong), who specialises on experimental art and explores artists’ role in social political causes.