A still from Lin Chi-wei’s MUSARC Performance Video shows a London audience performing Tape Music. A still from Lin Chi-wei’s MUSARC Performance Video shows a London audience performing Tape Music.
A still from Lin Chi-wei’s MUSARC Performance Video shows a London audience performing Tape Music.
Kevin Kwong
Opinion

Opinion

The Collector by Kevin Kwong

Taiwanese artist Lin Chi-wei’s solo Hong Kong show: life, death and the noises in between

Lin shows collages and paintings made since his return to Taiwan from Beijing, plus a video of his sound piece that turns monosyllables into a group incantation

A still from Lin Chi-wei’s MUSARC Performance Video shows a London audience performing Tape Music. A still from Lin Chi-wei’s MUSARC Performance Video shows a London audience performing Tape Music.
A still from Lin Chi-wei’s MUSARC Performance Video shows a London audience performing Tape Music.
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Kevin Kwong

Kevin Kwong

Kevin Kwong is an award-winning journalist who joined the Post as Arts Editor in 2005. He has previously worked for the BBC World Service, People magazine and Variety, and is currently a news editor on Culture desk.