23 - 26 May, 2013



‘If capitalism is the goal of a city to expand, it will not respect the life/livelihood. In order to create more spaces for doing business, the space of history and neighborhood has to destroy. Spaces, therefore, lose its own power of gather and the meaning of humanity, history and politics.’

- Translation of 《東亞城市空間產生》 Jackie Kwok


Hong Kong is a place that economic benefit is the first thing to concern. Due to the impact of globalization, people's living space disappears, emotion is difficult to attach to this kind of "placeless" space. Artists are using art as a media to create experiences, endure the emotion and to observe the surroundings in their daily life, which in order to create any life/living meaning in the city space.



Carol Lee Studio presents

10 Chancery Lane Gallery supports


A Group Exhibition of Hong Kong Artists

Curated by Lee Suet Ying 李雪盈

Artists in the show:
Cheung Wai Lok 張偉樂
Siumou Chow  周小某
Lai Wai Yi, Monti 黎慧儀
Lam Lui Kong, Roy 林磊剛
Wong Chun Yam, Leo 黃振欽
Yiu Kwan Ho, Boy 姚君豪

23 May to 26 May 2013
11am – 5pm
at 502-504 Studios, 5/F, Chai Wan Industrial City Phase 1, 60 Wing Tai Road, Chai Wan


Tel: +852 2810 0065