ASIA, EVENT, HONG KONG, TRAVEL

HK visual diary: This exhibition is a ‘problem’

13th December 2011

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What can you do with everyday domestic rubbish these days?  Lack of recycling routine duty due to laziness and care?  Or lack of facility to accommodate separate materials?  Need no excuse, these everyday materials and objects can be transformed into art, an installation of story telling, message or goodie ho-hum reusable items.  Do I recycle? *Ahem* rarely, I do keep old look books from 5 years ago (hides face).

Thanks Tania for showing us around at the Detour 2011 exhibition with the pleasurable company of Elizabeth and Geneva.

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  • Gio Kwan 13th December 2011 at 17:59

    Oh this is the old police married quarters, I thought they were going to demolish the buildings to make way for new development.

  • zena 13th December 2011 at 18:13

    Hoho I only recycle bottles, cans and newspapers. The rest goes in the bin.

  • Krys 13th December 2011 at 18:26

    I feel like all I am able to say is ‘wow’ and liken the found object art to exactly some things we’ve learned about in sculpture class this past semester. Hope that you have a good week!

  • Magdalena Chuchro 14th December 2011 at 15:47

    I love refushion, upcycling, recycling yet I can’t understand contemporary art with those rubbish stuff at all @.@