SOCIAL COMEDY Pygmalion, the masterpiece written by George Bernard Shaw, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature (1925), will be staged by drama students of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. The story deals with the issues of gender and equality and revolves around a Cockney flower girl who wants to improve her social standing. She goes about learning to speak and behave like a lady with help from phonetics professor Henry Higgins. The popular musical My Fair Lady by Alan Jay Lerner is based on this classic. The Cantonese play, translated by drama students Yeung Siu-wo, Fung Chak-yan and Lai Kin-fat, is directed by Alex Taylor. It will be performed from today until Saturday at 7.45pm, with a Saturday matinee at 2.45pm. Tickets priced $90 (adults) and $45 (students) are available through HK Ticketing at 3128 8288. DIGITAL INSTALLATION Nicole and Norbert Corsino, the couple from Marseilles known as N + N Corsino, are former choreographers who now use digital technology to explore body movement. In Topologies of the Instant, nine monumental video installations created by the pair are on display. The digital images are created by a computer software called Life Forms. With the software, the dancer's body is fitted with sensors. As the dancer moves the sensors are interpreted as a set of moving images, which are then projected onto a screen. The exhibition runs until July 11 at the Hong Kong Museum of Art's Special Exhibition Gallery 1. The gallery opens from 10am to 6pm from Monday to Sunday, and closes on Thursday. Admission fee is $10 (adults) and $5 (students). Free admission on Wednesday. For enquiries, call 2721 0116. Topologies of the Instant features nine video installations.