Hong Kong exhibition taps into the effects of violence and gender using fantasy, humour and pain

//Hong Kong exhibition taps into the effects of violence and gender using fantasy, humour and pain

Hong Kong exhibition taps into the effects of violence and gender using fantasy, humour and pain

A new exhibition at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Hong Kong’s Central district takes a fresh look at violence and gender. Some noteworthy artworks stand out for their refreshing take on the issue, but others are awkward fits that blur the exhibition’s focus.“The idea was how much gender and the construction of that can be a violent power,” says Susanne Pfeffer, curator of “Performing Society: The Violence of Gender”, which features works from 11 international artists.Singapore SOS for exhibitors at…

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