Our Atlas

HKartsFestival@TaiKwun - encounter.resonance

carry on

Fragile: work-in-progress

Making Space

Miró Lab

Our Atlas


Sound Bath

Date & Time

10 - 11 Oct, 2020


Laundry Steps / Online


Free of charge



Artistic Director’s Notes:

Looking at our own reflection in the mirror, we are reminded of our life cycles.
How many people have passed by behind the reflections of the past?
Is it you or me, him or her?
Have memories left any traces behind?

Traces of a moment…
Traces of temperature…
Traces of the time…

There’s a lightness that lives in between joy and sorrow.
Perhaps, our lives don’t always have to be great.

Together we’ll build an atlas of our own. Together, we’ll rise and form a landscape, of people who navigate themselves aimlessly in this never-ending urban maze.

Our Atlas was originally conceived as a nine-day interactive installation in Tai Kwun’s Parade Ground in February 2020 during the 48th Hong Kong Arts Festival, accompanied by interactive performances and pop-up activities.

Our Atlas  [go online]

Duration: approx 25 min
Screening starts at 3pm at Tai Kwun's Laundry Steps.
Free admission.
Please follow for online screening schedule
with Chinese and English subtitles

The programmes are subject to change. The Organiser reserves the right to change the programme without prior notice.

A Hong Kong Arts Festival Production

Production Team
Artistic Director, Concept and Choreography    Chloe Wong Ching-ting
Installation Artist and Composer    Moon Yip Cheuk-tong
Costume Designer    Jo Leung Sau-yin
Performers    Carman Li Ka-man  Evains Lui    Rain@Strangers    Lo King-san
Production Manager   Yip Hiu-wan
Stage Manager    Lam Kin-shing
Crew    Ngan Shing-him    Lau Wing-yi
Video Director    Duo Poon
2nd Cameraman    Tang Ka-hei
Editor    Lai Yick-ho
Camera Assistant    Huang Liwei
Stage Assistants Ngan Shing-him  Lau Wing-yee
Programme Coordinator    Lei Yuen-hung


Chloe Wong Ching-ting (Hong Kong)

Holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) in contemporary dance from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and a Masters of Arts in Dance from Hollins University. She is currently the Subject Coordinator of Performing Arts (MMPA) at the HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity.

Wong’s creations investigate human relationships, the sensation of the physical body and the locales of each work. Her works have been staged in Prague, Germany, Poland, Greece and South Korea, among others. Recent works include: Maybe Tomorrow (2018), a touring performance in Hong Kong supported by Jockey Club New Arts Power (JCNAP); her site-specific creation Light Flight the Night (2018), nominated for Outstanding Site-specific Performance at the Hong Kong Dance Awards; Heaven Behind the Door II (2017), selected for the City Contemporary Dance Festival in Hong Kong in 2019; the 14th Prague Quadrennial – PQ Studio Festival in 2019; the 9th Busan International Dance Market in South Korea in 2018 ; and the Internationale Tanzmesse nrw in Dusseldorf, Germany in 2016.

Wong has also been invited to participate in residency exchange programmes at DanceHouse in Melbourne, support by WKCDA (2019); OzAsia Festival “Dance Lab” in Adelaide in Australia, supported by HKADC (2017–2019); Biennale CINARS 2018 in Montreal, Canada, supported by HKADC (2018); and Absolute Airplane, a theatre exchange project between Hong Kong and Japan (2013–2017).

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