1 ‑ 30 May 2020 (everyday) noon ‑ 8pm (8 hours)
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The heat of last summer casted a gloom over all the Polaroids that Kwok has taken. This inspired Kwok to look back on history from the perspective of weather and connecting the dots. From the Black Rainstorm on the day of Handover of Hong Kong in 1997 to the abnormal heat in summer 2019, Kwok wonders if Hong Kong has run out of tears.
This exhibition features three sets of works, reflecting on various issues in post-handover Hong Kong. These works experiment on material narrative of photography to explore the coincidences in history and inspect the prospect of future.

Kwok Ho Man, Linus
Born in 1997, Kwok graduated with a BA (Hons) degree in Visual Communication (Photography) from Birmingham City University, and a Higher Diploma in Film and Television from Hong Kong Design Institute. In his recent project Floating City (2018 – ongoing), Kwok explores material narrative of photography and addresses on Hong Kong social issues.

​Date: 1 – 30 / 5 / 2020
Time: 10:00 – 20:00
Venue: S414, Block A, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
Co-presented by: JCCAC, PMQ