Date & Time

19 - 31 May, 2022 Daily | 11am–7pm


F Hall Studio, G/F, Block 17


Free of charge


Artists: Leelee Chan, Tap Chan, Joyce Wang Studio, Ko Sin Tung, and Zhang Ruyi

Curator: Ingrid Pui Yee Chu

Presented by: Design Trust Feature Grant 

Breaching Sanctum is an exhibition of existing and newly commissioned art and design works alongside related research and reference materials, public programmes, and a publication in the form of a “reader”. The project delves into the work of a generation of Chinese female artists, designers, and architects born in the 1980s—on the cusp of the 1990s—and the influence of that era, alongside current developments, innovations, and pressures connected to urbanism, sustainability, and the built environment, on their work. The project also serves as a means of breaking down barriers that have often been in the path of female practitioners’ research and achievements.




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Curator's Tour: Daily|1pm

Panel: Provisional Pedagogies: Emily Verla Bovino, Pelin Tan, Sara Wong, and Ying Zhou. Moderator: Ingrid Pui Yee Chu 
24 May|7pm

Performance: One Afternoon 
Artist: Tap Chan; Performer: Ice Wong Kei Suet
28 May|1pm - 3pm & 4pm - 6pm

All programmes will adhere to the latest health and safety guidelines. 

Supported by: Design Trust Feature Grant 

Programme Partner: The University of Hong Kong, Department of Architecture 

Venue Partner: Tai Kwun 

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