April 6: Hong Kong Exile


On Wednesday night, Natalie Tin Yin Gan, Milton Lim and Remy Siu of Hong Kong Exile told us about processes of deskilling and reskilling in their own practices, and led us in a discussion about obstacles and possibilities that appear when moving towards a post-disciplinary creative method. Strategies for dismantling and decolonizing learned, institutional, and political access to knowledge, and reclaiming the apparatus of the self as a tool for doing so were debated. In short, it was a much needed conversation, and you can listen to it here:


April 2: Pleasure, Lee Su-Feh

On Saturday, April 2nd, Lee Su-Feh led us in a workshop called Pleasure. We moved towards pleasure, yielded around obstacles, used our voices, and explored our bodies with virtual gloves.