A still showing a “dragon gate” in a Hong Kong residential building from the film by WangShui, “From its mouth came a river of high-end residential appliances”. Photo: courtesy of WangShui and Blindspot GalleryA still showing a “dragon gate” in a Hong Kong residential building from the film by WangShui, “From its mouth came a river of high-end residential appliances”. Photo: courtesy of WangShui and Blindspot Gallery
A still showing a “dragon gate” in a Hong Kong residential building from the film by WangShui, “From its mouth came a river of high-end residential appliances”. Photo: courtesy of WangShui and Blindspot Gallery

Through the ‘dragon gate’: artist explores feng shui as an emblem for personal agency

  • Artist is intrigued by the idea that a developer will forgo profit in favour of feng shui by creating a void in a building
  • In a video, WangShui plays the mythical dragon flying through ‘dragon gates’
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A still showing a “dragon gate” in a Hong Kong residential building from the film by WangShui, “From its mouth came a river of high-end residential appliances”. Photo: courtesy of WangShui and Blindspot GalleryA still showing a “dragon gate” in a Hong Kong residential building from the film by WangShui, “From its mouth came a river of high-end residential appliances”. Photo: courtesy of WangShui and Blindspot Gallery
A still showing a “dragon gate” in a Hong Kong residential building from the film by WangShui, “From its mouth came a river of high-end residential appliances”. Photo: courtesy of WangShui and Blindspot Gallery
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