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Videotage is a leading non-profit organisation in facilitating, promoting and presenting new media art in Hong Kong. Since 1986, Videotage has developed itself from an umbrella for media artists to a media art and culture network for cross-disciplinary cultural productions and international exchange of ideas and knowledge.
CDAV Art School – 1001 Nights on the Arts

Language: Cantonese/English

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Co-curated by Chris Chan, Ribble Chung, Lo Wai Luk, Mui Cheuk Yin, Ng Mei Kwan and Ellen Pau, and supported by Videotage, Cattle Depot Artist Village Summer Art School will give you an insight of different fields of Arts.

Who should come:
Those who want to work in the art fields
Those who want to know a bit more of HK art history
Those who  want to start an art practice
Those who are interested in meeting art people

Unit13, Cattle Depot Artist Village, 63 Ma Tau Kok Road, To Kwa Wan

Every Friday and Saturday in August
Friday: 7 – 9pm
Saturday: 4 – 6pm

Free Additional program after class!

Each session $100 (including one free drink), $800 for the whole course

Payment Method
(1) Cash Payment: Register at, pay at Videotage in person before the class
(2) Online Payment: Please visit for details

Course Outline

1 August (FRI) : [Digital Art 101 ]
Net Art: Data Hacking, Coding and Critical Thinking
Speaker: Ms Winnie Soon

Winnie Soon is an artist-researcher and interested in the areas of network art and computational culture. Her previous collaborative work, ‘Jsut Code’, a networked writing machine, was a winner of a silver award for interactive art at Incubator for Film & Visual Media in Asia (IFVA) in Hong Kong (2012) and has been shown at Writing Machines Collectives (2010, Hong Kong), IFVA awards (2012, Hong Kong), Future Everything (2012, Machester, UK).

Winnie’s artwork has also exhibited internationally and she is currently a PhD Fellow at Aarhus University (Denmark).

2 August (SAT) : [Contemporary Art 101]
Art Intervention in Social Activism
Speaker: Mr. Chan Kam Shing, Chris


2 August additional program : “The way of paddy” Film screening and talk

Hong Kong / 2013 / Color / 128min / Cantonese / Chinese and English Subtitle
Director: Chan Ho Lun
Producer: Ocean Leung

Sangwoodgoon was founded in the Anti-High Speed Rail Movement and Tsoi Yuen Village Movement in 2009. In 2012, Sangwoodgoon tries cultivating rice for the second time. This film records the rice planting process in spring and Dragon Boat Festival. Not only did the director experience the unpredictable nature of weather, questions for his companion are raised at the same time: How is the life as a farmer in Hong Kong when there is shortage of land and labour? Apart from documenting the non-traditional rice cultivating techniques, the film also wants to discuss about the relationship between farmer and nature, and the changing state of mind of protestors all the way through. The director will film a feature regarding Hong Kong farmer in 2013, this work has documented his learning in farming in 2012.

8 August (FRI): [Art Criticism 101]

The Style and Vision of Art Criticism
Speaker: Dr. Damian Cheng Wai Pang


9 August (SAT) : [Art Criticism 101]

The Making of the Language of an Art Critic
Speaker: Dr. Ng Mei Kwan

香港本土作家,詩人、藝評人、文學研究學者、雪梨大學東方研究院哲學博士、香港大學高級講師、國際演藝評論家協會(香港分會)創會委員及董事、現任香港藝術發局委員及文學組主席、中文文學獎評判。 出版詩集小說集多種。創辦《九分壹》詩刊,並曾任多份文學雜誌編委。

9 August additional program: “Room 237″ Film screening

America / 2012 / Color / 102min / English
Director: Rodney Ascher

“Room 237″ is a 2012 American documentary film directed by Rodney Ascher about perceived meanings in Stanley Kubrick’s film The Shining. The film includes footage from The Shining, and other Kubrick films, along with discussions by a number of Kubrick enthusiasts. The film has nine segments, each segment focusing on different elements within the film which “may reveal hidden clues and hint at a bigger thematic oeuvre.

15 August (FRI) : [Dramaturge 101]

Analyse of Play and Drama
Speaker: Dr. Lo Wai Luk

香港浸會大學傳理系副教授,戲劇藝術工作者、國際演藝評論家協會(香港分會)終身專業會員,也擔任香港電台《講東講西》、《演藝風流》節目主持人。 已出版藝評著作包括《中國戲劇的悲情結構》、《如來神掌藝術筆記》、《香港舞台 – 作為文化論述的香港戲劇》、《品味戲劇》、《舞蹈文字》、《劇評二十年》、《當代香港戲劇藝術》等。

16 August (SAT) : [HK Literature 101]

The Fringing of Glocal and the Disappearance of Memory
Speaker: Dr. Ng Mei Kwan

香港本土作家,詩人、藝評人、文學研究學者、雪梨大學東方研究院哲學博士、香港大學高級講師、國際演藝評論家協會(香港分會)創會委員及董事、現任香港藝術發局委員及文學組主席、中文文學獎評判。 出版詩集小說集多種。創辦《九分壹》詩刊,並曾任多份文學雜誌編委。

16 August additional program: “Reading Xixi” Film screening and talk

Hong Kong / 2014 / Color / 61min / Cantonese / Chinese Subtitle
Director: Kong King Chu
Producer: Victor Hui

Ms. Kong King-chu of the Step Forward Multi Media Co Ltd. said, ‘Readers of local literature should never miss the works of Xixi.’ She planned to shoot a documentary about Xixi a few years ago. Ms. Kong said, ‘It’s a documentary without a scene showing Xixi. But it’s all about her.’

17 August (SUN) : [Cultural Ecology 101]

The Typology of Art and Cultural Institutions in China
Speaker: Dr. Isaac Leung

Isaac Leung is a practicing artist, curator and researcher in art and culture. Leung received an Honorary Fellowship of a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the New Media Art Department of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, the University of the Arts London. His passion in exploring issues in contemporary art began during his time in college. During 1998-2008, his artworks were exhibited in over 30 venues across the globe. His works were featured on National Public Radio (USA), and in Agence France-Presse (France), Chicago Tribune (USA), NY Arts Magazine (USA), Chicago Readers (USA) and the South China Morning Post (Hong Kong). Leung has recently finished his doctorate research at the School of Creative Media, the City University of Hong Kong, specializing in the contemporary Chinese art market.

23 August (SAT) : [HK Literature 101]

Remaking of an Urban Imagination
Speaker: Mr. Leung Wai Lok


23 August additional program: “Orient Top Town” Film screening

Hong Kong / 2011 / Color / 83min / Mandarin / English & Chinese subtitles
Director: Gina Wong

Orient Top Town is the name of a luxurious development in Southern Shanghai. More than 100 artists live and work there for free. This is art and property in partnership , something that recently Hong Kong property developers have picked up on : they are using visual artists to sell new apartments. If you think art should not be connected to property, think again.

30 August (SAT) : [Cultural Ecology 101]

Networked Society and Cultural Ecology
Speaker: Dr. Isaac Leung

Isaac Leung is a practicing artist, curator and researcher in art and culture. Leung received an Honorary Fellowship of a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the New Media Art Department of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, the University of the Arts London. His passion in exploring issues in contemporary art began during his time in college. During 1998-2008, his artworks were exhibited in over 30 venues across the globe. His works were featured on National Public Radio (USA), and in Agence France-Presse (France), Chicago Tribune (USA), NY Arts Magazine (USA), Chicago Readers (USA) and the South China Morning Post (Hong Kong). Leung has recently finished his doctorate research at the School of Creative Media, the City University of Hong Kong, specializing in the contemporary Chinese art market.

30 August (SAT) : [Digital Art 101]

Big Data and Digital Poetry (performance and lecture)
Speaker: Dr. Jhave David Johnston (In English with some Cantonese translations by Mak Ying Tung 麥影彤)

Bio: Jhave uses algorithms as aesthetic tools; and believes that moist matter is quasi-sentient. His work reconciles computation, emotion, concepts, and the ancient idea of artist as conduit. Current project: poetry generation using machine learning.

30 August additional program: “Iron Sky” Film screening

2012 / Color / 92min / English
Director: Timo Vuorensola

Iron Sky is a 2012 Finnish-Australian-German comic science fiction action film directed by Timo Vuorensola and written by Johanna Sinisalo and Michael Kalesniko. It tells the story of a group of Nazi Germans who, having been defeated in 1945, fled to the Moon where they built a space fleet to return in 2018 and conquer Earth.


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