TSANG Tsui-Shan “Chroma 11”

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TSANG Tsui-Shan “Chroma 11”

OPEN SITE 8 |【TOKAS Recommendation Program】

A VR project directed by Hong Kong filmmaker Tsang Tsui-shan, in collaboration with ifva and Hong Kong Arts Centre. The film combines installation, cinematic art, dance performance and virtual space to tell the love story of two dancers, Wong Thien-Pau Ix and Khek Ah-Hock Aaron. It presents philosophical and realistic themes such as life and death, homosexuality, LGBTQIA+, illness and loneliness. Apart from questioning the boundary between real and virtual, the work reflects on the relationship between art and technology.

Period2023/12/14 (Thu) - 12/24 (Sun)
ClosedMonday
Time11:00-19:00
AdmissionFree
VenueTokyo Arts and Space Hongo: Space C (3F)
SupportHong Kong Arts Development Council

Visual in the Chroma 11 VR experience 2022

Visual in the Chroma 11 VR experience 2022

Visual in the Chroma 11 VR experience 2022

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VR experience
Date- 12/14(Thu) 15:00-, 16:00‐, 17:00-, 18:00-
- 12/15(Fri) 15:00-, 16:00‐, 17:00-, 18:00-
- 12/17(Sun) 13:00-, 14:00‐, 15:00-, 16:00‐, 17:00-, 18:00-
- 12/22(Fri) 15:00-, 16:00‐, 17:00-, 18:00-
- 12/23(Sat) 13:00-, 14:00‐, 15:00-, 16:00‐, 17:00-, 18:00-
- 12/24(Sun) 13:00-, 14:00‐, 15:00-, 16:00‐, 17:00-, 18:00-
*Limited to 3 persons for one slot. (Please reserve one time for person.)
DurationAbout 30min (Including the guidance. VR experience is about 16min, followed by a screening of video work for 3min.)
Admission
Free
*Booking required
*Booking acceptance will be closed when the seats are fully booked.




Performance & Talk
Date 12/16 (Sat) 15:00–
Content- Performance by WONG Thien-Pau Ix
- Talk “Immersive Cinema in Asia” | Speakers: TSANG Tsui-Shan, Kattie FAN, etc.
LanguageEnglish *With English-Japanese Interpreter
AdmissionFree
*Booking required
*Booking acceptance will be closed when the seats are fully booked.




Profile

Born in 1978. Lives and works in Hong Kong. For filmmaker Tsang Tsui-Shan, the transition to immersive storytelling was inspired by content. Her documentary Ward 11 which she won the 25th ifva silver award, features the dancing duo of Wong Thien-Pau Ix (Malaysia), and his longtime partner and fellow dancer Khek Ah-Hock Aaron (Singapore). After Hock died in 2019, seeing Ix's deep and abiding love, which has endured beyond his partner’s lifetime, made Tsang to use technology as a bridge between the worlds of the living and the dead, to retell their love story in a different dimension.
http://www.chroma11.com/

Participating Creator

TSANG Tsui-Shan

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