"What is probably the most radical, far-reaching, beautifully generous art programme of his generation."
Martin Herbert at Art Review
“Something dazzlingly powerful, moving, and full of potential.”
Laura McLean-Ferris at Independent
"His work has an influence on how you experience reality, it makes you sensitive and alert, it has the power to transform spectators into new people."
Oscar van den Boogaard at Frieze Magazine
“I was so enthralled I fell in step behind him, unable to tear myself away. We're in the middle of things. It is marvellous.”
Adrian Searle at The Guardian
A new episode of trust & confusion presents two most significant works by the critically acclaimed artist Tino Sehgal: These Associations, on the Prison Yard of Tai Kwun, and This Variation, on the 3/F Tai Kwun Contemporary gallery.
Originally commissioned for the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern, These Associations involves interpreters of various ages and backgrounds, from all walks of life. Here, adapted for the context of Hong Kong, 30 interpreters at any given time transform Tai Kwun’s historic Prison Yard into a changing and fluctuating live environment. In the 3/F Tai Kwun Contemporary gallery space is This Variation—first presented at d(OCUMENTA) 13—where Sehgal’s most exuberant and musical work opens up dance to be experienced through listening and sensing.
Limited capacity for This Variation in 3/F gallery space; online reservation is recommended before visiting on weekends and public holidays.