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HKETONY-ACC fellow starts exchange program

HKETONY-ACC Fellow Otto Li has embarked on his six-month immersive arts and cultural exchange program in New York, sponsored by Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, New York (HKETONY), in collaboration with the Asian Cultural Council. The fellowship would enable him to undertake research and observation on recent developments in the visual arts in New York and the US as well as connect with other international artists.

In a meeting with the Director of HKETONY Joanne Chu in mid-March, the new media artist introduced his works, including “soundscaping” sculpturing that made use of recordings of environmental noise as well as the Living Soundscape -Tuen Mun stainless steel and acrylic installation, which was sculpted based on recorded sounds in the Tuen Mun community.

Ms Chu hopes that Mr Li, after exploring and experiencing the many opportunities New York has to offer, would be inspired with new creative ideas when he returns to Hong Kong.

Director of HKETONY Joanne Chu (left) welcomed Hong Kong new media artist Otto Li to New York.
Director of HKETONY Joanne Chu (left) welcomed Hong Kong new media artist Otto Li to New York.
 
New media artist Otto Li (right) shared his works with Director of HKETONY Joanne Chu (left).
New media artist Otto Li (right) shared his works with Director of HKETONY Joanne Chu (left).
     
"Living Soundscape -Tuen Muni" - Otto Li
"Living Soundscape -Tuen Muni" - Otto Li
 
"Parking 12 Contours" - Otto Li
"Parking 12 Contours" - Otto Li
     
"Relation in Time" - Otto Li
"Relation in Time" - Otto Li
 
 


    
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