Witch House Residency (2022), by Ysabelle Cheung. Forget cackling witches casting spells around a cauldron, “Witches Own Without (W.O.W.)“ examines the magic in our modern world as a way to overcome contemporary problems. Photo: Current Plans
Witch House Residency (2022), by Ysabelle Cheung. Forget cackling witches casting spells around a cauldron, “Witches Own Without (W.O.W.)“ examines the magic in our modern world as a way to overcome contemporary problems. Photo: Current Plans
Art

Hong Kong witchcraft-themed art exhibition looks at magic in modern world to overcome contemporary problems

  • ‘Witches Own Without (W.O.W.)’ at Current Plans focuses on magic surrounding us in the modern world, from technology to female empowerment and beyond
  • The exhibition is part of a wider ‘witch renaissance’ in Hong Kong, that is giving young people a way to cope with recent political upheavals and the pandemic

Witch House Residency (2022), by Ysabelle Cheung. Forget cackling witches casting spells around a cauldron, “Witches Own Without (W.O.W.)“ examines the magic in our modern world as a way to overcome contemporary problems. Photo: Current Plans
Witch House Residency (2022), by Ysabelle Cheung. Forget cackling witches casting spells around a cauldron, “Witches Own Without (W.O.W.)“ examines the magic in our modern world as a way to overcome contemporary problems. Photo: Current Plans
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