Numbness and Denial is one of five installations from “The Healing Cave”, a group exhibition by art students from Chinese University which will be showing until the end of March at OUR Gallery in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Christina Ko Numbness and Denial is one of five installations from “The Healing Cave”, a group exhibition by art students from Chinese University which will be showing until the end of March at OUR Gallery in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Christina Ko
Numbness and Denial is one of five installations from “The Healing Cave”, a group exhibition by art students from Chinese University which will be showing until the end of March at OUR Gallery in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Christina Ko

Five stages of trauma recovery brought to life by artists amid Coronavirus outbreak and Hong Kong protests help audience deal with current times

  • The coronavirus outbreak and Hong Kong protests prove the perfect foil for a new exhibition at OUR Gallery in Wan Chai, ‘The Healing Cave’
  • From ‘Outcry’ to ‘Completion’, the five installations were created by 12 Chinese University student artists

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Numbness and Denial is one of five installations from “The Healing Cave”, a group exhibition by art students from Chinese University which will be showing until the end of March at OUR Gallery in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Christina Ko Numbness and Denial is one of five installations from “The Healing Cave”, a group exhibition by art students from Chinese University which will be showing until the end of March at OUR Gallery in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Christina Ko
Numbness and Denial is one of five installations from “The Healing Cave”, a group exhibition by art students from Chinese University which will be showing until the end of March at OUR Gallery in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Christina Ko
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