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Cody Wong: Fused

05.04—
24.05.2020
Time
10:00am - 10:00pm
Image Maker
Cody WONG
About
Experienced documentary photographer, who in recent years has turned to contemporary photography, hoping to find himself and discover greater possibilities through critical and creative practice. In 2019, he completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary Photography at the HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education.
  • Special Measures
    (1) For the time being, the opening hours of the Centre remains unchanged. However, please use the main entrance to L1 on Wai Chi Street and the side entrance to L0 lift lobby on Pak Tin Street, and make use of the hand sanitisers placed near these entrances for enhancing hygiene. Other entrances are closed due to manpower and operations arrangement - our apologies for any inconvenience caused.
    (2) Exhibitions in the L0 and L1 Galleries will run as scheduled up to 13 February. Performances up to 9 February in the Jockey Club Black Box Theatre have been cancelled - please contact the organisers directly for assistance. For enquiries about other activities in the studio units, please contact the individual tenants directly.
    (3) The daily service hours of the L1 Front Desk have been temporarily adjusted to 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For assistance outside service hours, please contact duty security guard at tel: 2319-1337. For non-emergency matters, please email: info@jccac.org.hk.

Overview



Silent Photos, Howling Memories.

 

Having been a photojournalist since 1995, frequently travelling between Hong Kong, China and Macau, I have accumulated an archive of images in film and digital over the past 20 years. In time, my memory of these individual images fused with my subconscious into different amalgams. By re-presenting these memory amalgams in image form I try to comprehend the working of my deeper consciousness and so doing that I shall re-create new memories, which in turn form my new consciousness, and the new me…

 

Autumn

 

The Autumn of 2019 was a different kind of autumn, a heartbreaking one. I chose not to record the bloody scenes of the frontline as a photojournalist. Instead, I captured the aftermath with Polaroids in deep sorrow.

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