A still from Weather Report: Liquefied Sunshine, by Luke Ching, part of a timely exhibition at Blindspot Gallery in Hong Kong that alludes to the recent anti-government protests in the city. Photo: Kishi Lui

Artists’ reflections on destructive power of nature take on new meaning after Hong Kong’s summer of protest

  • One was struck by water pouring through a shopping mall roof, and by police using water cannons, the other by the fate of trees flattened by Typhoon Mangkhut
  • Both blend video footage and everyday objects in a way that compels reflection on current events in Hong Kong and what it means to be a Hongkonger
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A still from Weather Report: Liquefied Sunshine, by Luke Ching, part of a timely exhibition at Blindspot Gallery in Hong Kong that alludes to the recent anti-government protests in the city. Photo: Kishi Lui
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