A new 14-minute film, projected onto the Hong Kong M+ museum’s giant screen, is designed to remind people we’re “in it together”. Photo: courtesy of Ellen Pau/M+
A new 14-minute film, projected onto the Hong Kong M+ museum’s giant screen, is designed to remind people we’re “in it together”. Photo: courtesy of Ellen Pau/M+
Art Basel

Marking Art Basel’s return to Hong Kong, M+ Museum to project Buddhist meditation video in sign language on its huge public art wall every day for a month

  • The video by filmmaker Ellen Pau will show a futuristic being recite the Buddhist ‘Heart Sutra’ in sign language for two hours, visible from 7pm-9pm from May 20
  • Pau, who hopes the film will bring healing to those who see it and encourage them to ‘keep calm and carry on’, reveals how a friend’s passing inspired the work

A new 14-minute film, projected onto the Hong Kong M+ museum’s giant screen, is designed to remind people we’re “in it together”. Photo: courtesy of Ellen Pau/M+
A new 14-minute film, projected onto the Hong Kong M+ museum’s giant screen, is designed to remind people we’re “in it together”. Photo: courtesy of Ellen Pau/M+
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