Leung Chi Wo

  • Queen x Chater x Pedder, 2001<br/> C–print

    Queen x Chater x Pedder, 2001

The collaboration between Hong Kong artist couple Leung Chi Wo and Sara Wong began in the early 1990s, shortly after they graduated from the Fine Arts department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Sara Wong subsequently pursued further study in landscape architecture, while Leung Chi Wo continued to study photography in Italy and returned to Hong Kong for his MFA. They are both among the co-founders of Para Site, Hong Kong’s first artist-run space set up in 1996. Working individually, Leung Chi Wo’s practices investigate personal experience and communal history, and Sara Wong, as a landscape architect, is mostly concerned with urban space. Their joint collaborative projects use various practices such as photography, urban planning, installation, and performance to explore the identity of individual cities through its history, built environment, and the living experience of its residents.


Public Programs at Tai Kwun
for Dismantling the Scaffold

Leung Chi Wo and Sara Wong
The Spectacle of Space Consumption 2008
Thirty choreographed performances throughout the exhibition every Friday at 7pm and every Saturday/Sunday at 3pm

[For public programs with other artists, please click here.]

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Spring Workshop

3/F Remex Centre
42 Wong Chuk Hang Road
Aberdeen, Hong Kong

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