Artist Sin Wai-kin at their exhibition “It’s Always You”, at Blindspot Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, which uses boy bands such as BTS and Mirror as a basis to represent non-binary genders. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Artist Sin Wai-kin at their exhibition “It’s Always You”, at Blindspot Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, which uses boy bands such as BTS and Mirror as a basis to represent non-binary genders. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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How BTS and Mirror help Hong Kong artist represent nonbinary genders and fluidity of existence

  • Boy bands including the K-pop and Canto-pop giants form the central idea behind Sin Wai-kin’s new Hong Kong exhibition ‘It’s Always You’
  • The non-binary artist plays four different male roles in a fictional boy band, complete with music videos and life-size cut-outs

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Artist Sin Wai-kin at their exhibition “It’s Always You”, at Blindspot Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, which uses boy bands such as BTS and Mirror as a basis to represent non-binary genders. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Artist Sin Wai-kin at their exhibition “It’s Always You”, at Blindspot Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong, which uses boy bands such as BTS and Mirror as a basis to represent non-binary genders. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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