One Degree of Separation features work by five artists - Luke Ching, Kwan Sheung Chi, Pak Sheung Chuen, Wong Wai Yin, and Lee Kit - curated by Ying Kwok. All six graduated from the Fine Art Department of the Chinese University, Hong Kong, which only accepts 22 students a year. After Ying Kwok had introduced the exhibition, Mr Monkey began to look around. The main body of the exhibition is Chinese Whispers, a set of 16 pieces selected by the artists and the curator in accordance with a set of 9 rules.
1. There are 5 participants in the game: Luke Ching, Kwan Sheung Chi, Pak Sheung Chuen, Wong Wai Yin, Ying Kwok.
2. Each piece of work chain together by the similarity between them.
3. Elaboration of 'similarity' must be provided.
4. A piece of work will be removed from the chain, if there are 3 objections.
5. Posting two consectutive works by the same artist in the chain is not allowed.
6. Artist can post his/her own work and other players/participant's work.
7. No more than 6 pieces of works from the same artist.
8. No work can be repeated.
9. Welcome to make new work.
You can read about the exhibition at the Chinese Arts Centre website.
Return to Mr Monkey sees One Degree of Separation at the CAC
Copyright Rik Shepherd and Mr Monkey.