Oi!, the 113-year-old public art venue currently undergoing expansion, in North Point, Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Enid Tsui
Oi!, the 113-year-old public art venue currently undergoing expansion, in North Point, Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Enid Tsui
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Hong Kong art space Oi! hosts ‘Today is the Past of Tomorrow’ exhibtion featuring artists Kingsley Ng Siu-king and Lee Kit

  • Housed in the former Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, the pair of installations allude to the fact that the past has to be acknowledged before the future is revealed
  • There are echoes of past works in both Lee’s visual poetry made of found objects and Ng’s transformation of spaces with sound and light

Oi!, the 113-year-old public art venue currently undergoing expansion, in North Point, Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Enid Tsui
Oi!, the 113-year-old public art venue currently undergoing expansion, in North Point, Hong Kong. Photo: SCMP / Enid Tsui
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