“DEBRIS” & HONG KONG’S IDENTITY BY VHILS

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HONG KONG | EXHIBITION:  Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils uncovers Hong Kong's identity story through the city's visual culture and his unique visual language. The artists compositions  are created through a destructive process that removes  layers of walls and other surfaces.  "Debris" explores the notions of identity in contemporary's urban societies. In Hong Kong, in particular, Vhils emphasizes the identity transformations experienced by societies inhabiting a city that is constantly reinventing itself.

 

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Photos by Earth to Iris. Debris exhibition  21 March - 4 April 2016 Pier 4, Central, Hong Kong.
 
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