An homage to the poetry, poverty and generosity of Hong Kong, Madeleine Slavick's work traces nearly twenty-five years of living in one of the most dynamic cities in the world.
In a nutshell:
Rural and urban / Insects and high-rises / Photography and poetry
Tracing nearly twenty-five years of living in Hong Kong, 香 HONG 港 KONG 嗓 SONG presents the poetry, poverty, and generosity of Hong Kong, drawing attention to Madeleine Slavick’s multi-faceted practice as writer and photographer, artist and activist. The work shows the many natures of Hong Kong – the natural beauty and the pollution, the rural and urban, insects and high rises, grit and wealth.
Image: Madeleine Slavick, Bagged Sign, Tai Hang, Hong Kong (2012), photograph.
Tuesday 16 February to Sunday 17 April
Tuesday to Friday, 10am to 3pm
Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 5pm