[Online Lecture 網上講座] Photography and Literature 攝影與文學




日期:2022年7月16日 (星期六)

時間:下午3時至4時15分 (香港時間)







Elements of photography and literature are interwoven, yet they are not the same. What kind of intertextual relationship would spark between the two art forms? The University Museum and Art Gallery (UMAG) of the University of Hong Kong has recently published Adrift in Time, that presents the works of Hong Kong photographer Chun Wai, in which the unique poetics of time are outlined with fragmented images. Readers are invited to slowly immerse in a thoughtful space with images and texts delivering borderless tranquillity.

UMAG is honoured to hold a talk on 16 July on Photography and Literature with the author Mr Chun Wai and poet Mr Liu Wai Tong discussing the creative relationship between images and poetics. All are welcome.


Date: Saturday, 16 July 2022

Time: 3:00–4:15 pm HKT

Venue: Online via Zoom

Language: Cantonese


Please click here to register.


CHUN Wai is a Hong Kong artist. Graduated from the École supérieure des beaux-arts de Mulhouse in France, his creations are diverse and cross-disciplinary, including sculptures and installations in addition to photography.

LIU Wai Tong is a Hong Kong writer, poet, photographer and freelance writer. His work includes essays, novels, plays and critiques. He is a guest associate professor at Taipei National University of the Arts.

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