A scene from a six-hour performance that formed part of “Echo, Moss and Spill”, Chinese artist Pan Daijing’s installation at Tai Kwun in Hong Kong that concluded the gallery’s “Trust and Confusion” exhibition. Photo: Tai Kwun Contemporary
A scene from a six-hour performance that formed part of “Echo, Moss and Spill”, Chinese artist Pan Daijing’s installation at Tai Kwun in Hong Kong that concluded the gallery’s “Trust and Confusion” exhibition. Photo: Tai Kwun Contemporary
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Chinese artist’s Hong Kong installation at Tai Kwun wrapped music, dance and theatre in a dark, surreal shroud to produce something magical

  • Pan Daijing’s ‘Echo, Moss and Spill’ installation was the concluding part of Tai Kwun’s eight-month-long ‘Trust and Confusion’ exhibition
  • Echoing earlier works in the exhibition, the installation was decidedly darker but always gave a sense of there being light at the end of the tunnel

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A scene from a six-hour performance that formed part of “Echo, Moss and Spill”, Chinese artist Pan Daijing’s installation at Tai Kwun in Hong Kong that concluded the gallery’s “Trust and Confusion” exhibition. Photo: Tai Kwun Contemporary
A scene from a six-hour performance that formed part of “Echo, Moss and Spill”, Chinese artist Pan Daijing’s installation at Tai Kwun in Hong Kong that concluded the gallery’s “Trust and Confusion” exhibition. Photo: Tai Kwun Contemporary
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