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photo credit_ Edwin Chuk Yin Man


Dawn is an ongoing research exploring one’s identity through the sense of locations and time between cities. 

Anchored in my hometown of Hong Kong, this project establishes a prototype for conducting artistic research by exploring multiple connections between different cities, which reveals the diverse dimensions of understanding a place. The project questions the displacement, and hybridity between cultures and site over time. The ultimate goal is to give voice to the outsiders and create a space for mutual connection.


Aug 2022, Vienna, Austria

Oct 2022, Taiwan/ Hong Kong

May 2023, Kortrijk

Oct 2023, Itoshima

Jan 2024, Hong Kong

Mar 2024, Taipei

DAWN 1.0, is a quest to the word “home” through the personal relations between travelling and home cities.

Dawn 2.0 together with a local artist as a doppelganger, is an exploration to a shared question between Hong Kong young generation: “What if I stay/ move?”

Dawn 3.0 is an artistic research residency in Arts centre BUDA. With the deep-mapping method, the research further draws a parallel relationship between motherhood and cities. The presentation is named: "a City, a Girl, a House"

Dawn 4.0, is a site-specific performance happening in Itoshima  (JP). It cooperates with the power of myth, history and gender through a post-human ritual, tributing to the unspoken ocean legends.

photo credit_ Edwin Chuk Yin Man
Dawn 3.0
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Alysa Leung在比利時Kortrijk 駐地計畫期間創作的作品,以deep-mapping方法,探索身體、城市和家之間的關係。 今次回到 712, 她將分享以當地作靈感(city-specific)創作的現場表演,和舞蹈影像 (Dance Film);同時探索工作室作為展演載體的可能。

香港藝術家梁海頤Open Studio





海頤過去一年在世界不同地方駐村、參加在地藝術節,這次Open Studio,她將會由示範駐地創作片段開始,並結合這一個月在「相信世代 University Cafe」的駐村經歷,分享「駐村」的意義和想像。

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