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Many Undulating Things

王博 Bo Wang & 潘律 Pan Lu | 2019 | 美國 US、韓國 Korea、香港 Hong Kong | 125 min

△ 放映場次 Schedule

▎10.09 FRI. 19:00   ▎




This richly conceived, experimental documentary film looks at contemporary Hong Kong from various perspectives: the flow of human migration, goods and capital; the legacy of colonialism and how it gave rise to the social and physical stratification of the city today; the history of modern commercial spaces and its ties to the pancontinental transport of botany; and how rampant capitalism shapes the spatial logic of various forms of real estate, from shopping malls to ordinary people's homes. Filmmakers Bo Wang and Pan Lu upend conventional narrative techniques to illustrate what they see as the conceptual forces shaping the city today.

導演 Director | 王博 Bo Wang


Bo Wang (b. 1982) is an artist and filmmaker based in Brooklyn, New York. His works have been shown at the Guggenheim Museum, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Garage Museum in Moscow, and Image Forum Festival in Tokyo, among others. He teaches visual and critical studies at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

導演 Director | 潘律 Pan Lu



Pan Lu (b. 1981) is a filmmaker and scholar based in Hong Kong. She has a PhD in comparative literature from the University of Hong Kong, and her research interests include visual culture, urban space, war memory and theories of aesthetics. She received the ‘Award for Excellence’ from Image Forum Festival in Japan for a collaboration with Bo Wang.  She currently teaches Chinese-language cinema, literature and cultural history as an assistant professor at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.




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