The entrance to the “Noble Rot” exhibition at the Para Site art space in Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, that explores the tension between decay and transformation. Photo: Jeff Cheng Tsz Fung
The entrance to the “Noble Rot” exhibition at the Para Site art space in Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, that explores the tension between decay and transformation. Photo: Jeff Cheng Tsz Fung
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‘Noble Rot’ art show at Para Site in Hong Kong explores themes of decay and transformation

  • A diseased tongue as an allegory of colonial mapmakers’ work, a pig carcass that embodies the cruelty of photography – new art at Para Site is metabolic
  • The art space is marking its 25th anniversary with an exhibition which takes its name from that given to the Botrytis fungus that, in grapes, makes sweet wine

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The entrance to the “Noble Rot” exhibition at the Para Site art space in Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, that explores the tension between decay and transformation. Photo: Jeff Cheng Tsz Fung
The entrance to the “Noble Rot” exhibition at the Para Site art space in Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, that explores the tension between decay and transformation. Photo: Jeff Cheng Tsz Fung
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