Chinese artist’s Hong Kong installation at Tai Kwun wrapped music, dance and theatre in a dark, surreal shroud to produce something magical

//Chinese artist’s Hong Kong installation at Tai Kwun wrapped music, dance and theatre in a dark, surreal shroud to produce something magical

Chinese artist’s Hong Kong installation at Tai Kwun wrapped music, dance and theatre in a dark, surreal shroud to produce something magical

Artist Pan Daijing’s recent takeover of an entire floor of Tai Kwun’s contemporary art gallery, held during the last throes of an unremittingly disastrous year and the cheerless birth of a new one, was a melancholy coda to the gallery’s eight-month-long curatorial endeavour labelled “Trust & Confusion”, conceived for these uncertain and worrying times.The audience’s first encounter with Pan’s “Echo, Moss and Spill”, a site-specific commission by Tai Kwun that concluded on January 2, was a…

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